Forced To Be Good Why Trade Agreements Boost Human Rights

Libya, Yemen, North Korea, Syria, human rights are now at the forefront of international politics. Since the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, the values of the world have changed. Today, almost all states have ratified the Charter of the United Nations and one or more of the seven international agreements that are at the heart of international human rights standards. This regime, which sets out principles for the promotion of well-being everywhere, has been widely recognized.