This will examine the policies of the United States and China in regard to human rights issues prevailing in the two countries and a comparison will be made in regard to the perceptions that characterize the government policies in the two countries . Efforts will be made to examine if there can be objectivity in the determination of human rights while considering the economic , cultural and foreign policy perspectives in the given countries . The idea that human rights issues have to be implemented subjectively in to bring about efficiency in the over all
cultural and economic development of nations will be considered as an important focus area in the context of the US and China . The government responsibilities and the questions involving economic , foreign and domestic policies are at variance in the two countries and hence deserve separate treatments . The policies , in being intertwined with the broad sub areas of political science and political economy have to be understood in making a theoretical and logical conclusion of a realistic policy framework for the two countries . Human rights issues are important responsibilities of the government and it becomes essential to determine them in keeping with the cultural perceptions and aspirations of a country 's population . The government can considerably influence the economy if such factors are taken into account and addressed in the right spirit . The shared assumptions as outlined by theorists in regard to human rights issues have to be developed in a distinctive style of analysis in centring...
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