The Declined Aesthetics of Human Rights Discourses: How to Fix A Western Failure

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Courtesy: The Atlantic.

In International Relations, nation-states which have the ambition to unite the world and stabilize conflict zones, are ethically required or necessitated to unite the people. However, there are times, when leaders need sovereign imperatives, which may sound quite dictatorial of me. Nevertheless, you cannot ignore the role of the populace in democracies, ever. At least in liberal democracies in Asia, the Atlantic, Africa and Europe.

Why Should We Discuss The Role of Ideology in Shaping Human Rights Aesthetics?

Now, even if the conditions in J&K have been extremely restrictive, the Indian Government has at least tried to normalize the conditions, because it is not the question of liberalizing the fundamental rights secured and owned by Kashmiri Indians, but is of the very anthropomorphic issue as how should we resolve the ideological spat that has driven the people. Please understand — supporting an ideology does not make you a criminal, neither being in that school of thought makes you one. What makes you a criminal is the vicarious nature of ideological obscuration that links your action to the correlation of actions.

Everything that used to be a sin is now a disease.

Reform the Ideology of Human Rights Discourses Before It’s Too Late

I second Nikki Haley’s remarks that merely being biased to one state and not focusing on other issues, chairing Syria and Venezuela presidencies of UNCSW and UNHRC, is a disgrace to what the West demanded, and also to what the international community had pled the world for.

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