Many cynics of the universality of international human rights point to persistent large-scale human-rights abusing regimes, such as the Democratic Republic of North Korea, as proof that there is nothing at all universal about human rights. This essay is an attempt to root out the implications of internal national policies on the suitability of international human rights whilst reinforcing their universality. The author of this essay, a military lawyer, reaches the conclusion that the pump of universal human rights don't work within the North Korea cause the vandals took the handle.
"Human Rights in North Korea - The Pump Don't Work Cause the Vandals Took the Handles,"
International Human Rights Law Journal: Vol. 2:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://via.library.depaul.edu/ihrlj/vol2/iss1/3
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