7 Asia-Pac. J. on Hum. Rts. & L. [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/apjur7 and id is 1 raw text is: ASIA-PACIFIC JOURNAL ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE LAW
VOLUME 7 ISSUE 1 2006                                  ISSN 1388-1906
Human Rights and the Limitation of State Power: The Discovery of
Constitutionalism in the People's Republic of China -Kam C. Wong  1
International Human Rights and Confucianism - Craig Williams    38
The Fallacy in the Universalism versus Cultural Relativism Debate
in Human Rights Law - Fernand de Varennes                       67
Concluding Statement and Recommendations of the International
Round Table on National Human Rights Institutions: Promoters and
Protectors of Good Governance                                   85
Conclusions of the 7h Informal ASEM Seminar on Human Rights and
Ethnic, Linguistic and Religious Minorities                     92
First Regional Conference on Building Networks to Strengthen
ASEAN Human Rights Cooperation                                  95
Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Chamorro               105

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