Delving into the Problems in the Implementation of Chinese Human Rights Obligation

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New book provokes thought and raises awareness on Chinese human rights issues.

A thorough discussion and presentation of the Problems in the Implementation of Chinese Human Rights Obligations will surely give readers elucidation as author Kumiko K. Julie released, through Xlibris, her in-depth study which aims to analyze Chinese human rights issues in the implementation of obligations in the fields of China’s national labor laws and the incorporation of international labor law standards in the domestic legal order.

This study has undertaken the ways for China to be qualified in the minimum obligations of the international labor law standards. Later in the chapters, there will be definitions of applicable international conventions and comparisons to Chinese national legislation. Since China hosted the Beijing Olympics 2008, more doors have opened for China to undertake successful transformation of development strategy and political schema.

“I would like to clarify the main highlights of this research. The main questions that I will point out during the thesis will be the following: How does China fit in the existing framework of guiding responsibility followed by international human rights standards? How does the International Covenant of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights obligate China to implement economic and social rights? How does the ratification of ICCPR develop human rights under international human rights law?,” introduces the author.

China has already made various levels of changes since the 1970s, and the author’s expectation for China will be that they will continuously and dramatically change in term of improvements within the next fifty years. Economic growth can be made within twenty-five years; however, political, legal, and social implementations may take at least half a century. For China, as one of the Asian nations, historical and cultural backgrounds always follow for most of the domestic improvements and implementations.

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About the Author
Kumiko K. Julie has an undergraduate degree in international relations and diplomacy and went to one of the graduate schools in Geneva, Switzerland. She has completed graduate degrees in international relations, international law, and international business. She is currently practicing in media and at the same time worked on the publication for a book that is related to international labor law. The author will continue to publish in different expertise for future use.

Problems in the Implementation of Chinese Human Rights Obligations * by Kumiko K. Julie
Publication Date: March 8, 2010
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 103 pages; 978-1-4500-5525-3
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 103 pages; 978-1-4500-5526-0
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4500-5527-7

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