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När mänskliga rättigheter åsidosätts : utlämnandet av egyptierna och kampen mot terrorismen

Pierce, Malou LU (2010) MRSK30 20101
Centre for Theology and Religious Studies
Human Rights Studies
Abstract
The purpose of this essay is to examine whether Sweden acts under the realist theory or the
liberal theory in the fight against terrorism by using the deportation of the Egyptians as a case.
By analyzing conventions and Sweden’s foreign policy in relation of the deportation, the
answers will reveal if human rights have been given a secondary role in Sweden’s actions
against terrorism. The theories that will be in focus in this essay are as mentioned above
realism and liberalism. Focus will be taken in Francis Fukuyama’s principles of new
liberalism and the beginning of modern realism with Hans Morgenthau’s principles.The
conclusion of this essay is that Sweden has despite its liberal view of how foreign policy
should be ruled,... (More)
The purpose of this essay is to examine whether Sweden acts under the realist theory or the
liberal theory in the fight against terrorism by using the deportation of the Egyptians as a case.
By analyzing conventions and Sweden’s foreign policy in relation of the deportation, the
answers will reveal if human rights have been given a secondary role in Sweden’s actions
against terrorism. The theories that will be in focus in this essay are as mentioned above
realism and liberalism. Focus will be taken in Francis Fukuyama’s principles of new
liberalism and the beginning of modern realism with Hans Morgenthau’s principles.The
conclusion of this essay is that Sweden has despite its liberal view of how foreign policy
should be ruled, acted under the realist theory in the fight against terrorism by the deportation
of the Egyptians. This conclusion shows that Sweden has given human rights a secondary role
in its fight against terrorism through the deportation. (Less)
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author
Pierce, Malou LU
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course
MRSK30 20101
year
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
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Sweden, liberalism, terrorism, human rights, realism
language
Swedish
id
1609346
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2010-07-28 17:46:02
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this essay is to examine whether Sweden acts under the realist theory or the
liberal theory in the fight against terrorism by using the deportation of the Egyptians as a case.
By analyzing conventions and Sweden’s foreign policy in relation of the deportation, the
answers will reveal if human rights have been given a secondary role in Sweden’s actions
against terrorism. The theories that will be in focus in this essay are as mentioned above
realism and liberalism. Focus will be taken in Francis Fukuyama’s principles of new
liberalism and the beginning of modern realism with Hans Morgenthau’s principles.The
conclusion of this essay is that Sweden has despite its liberal view of how foreign policy
should be ruled, acted under the realist theory in the fight against terrorism by the deportation
of the Egyptians. This conclusion shows that Sweden has given human rights a secondary role
in its fight against terrorism through the deportation.},
  author       = {Pierce, Malou},
  keyword      = {Sweden,liberalism,terrorism,human rights,realism},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {När mänskliga rättigheter åsidosätts : utlämnandet av egyptierna och kampen mot terrorismen},
  year         = {2010},
}