This book examines the development of human rights norms in the global system, and relates that normative concern for human rights to the relation of key actors with China, especially since June 1989. The book seeks to trace how the various parts of the international human rights regime have operated in combination, and why democratic governments have sustained a human rights element in their policies towards China. By examining Beijing, it explains why there has been some forward movement in China's participation in the regime, and why that level of participation has only reached a certain stage.

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