The US Human Rights, as applied by the President George W. Bush, is at a crossroads. Whether it will be accepted and applied by all rations as a uniform standard or it will be defeated and the perception of imposing human rights ideals will prove its failure in promoting human rights. Even more, in case of defeat, it may result on reshaping the norms of Human rights as known today.
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