Michael Ignatieff, a writer, historian, and broadcaster, is Director of the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard University. His books include "Isaiah Berlin: A Life, Blood and Belonging," "The Warrior's Honor," and "The Needs of Strangers." His novel "Scar Tissue" was nominated for the Booker Prize, and his book "The Russian Album, A Family Memoir" won Canada's Governor General's Award and the Heinemann Prize of Britain's Royal Society of Literature.
American Exceptionalism and Human Rights
Does America still play by the rules it helped create? This book addresses this question as it applies to US behavior in relation to international human rights. It seeks to show and explain how America's approach to human rights differs from that of other Western nations. It includes essays by Stanley Hoffmann, Paul Kahn, and Harold Koh.
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