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    Human rights: obligation for international cooperation

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    Debate whether or not there is, under human rights law, an obligation of international cooperation.

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    The first answer is yes, there should be international obligations and cooperation for issues involving human rights because all humans are basically the same type of living organization. They will suffer or succeed based on their inherent physical and mental qualities which we presume are the same when considering our genetic heritage.

    The uninformed and very narrow view in earlier centuries caused some parts of society to state that certain sub-groups of humans were different and even inferior. Those beliefs were based on a number of unattractive and untrue attitudes about ...

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