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Published on: April 3, 2015
Ideals and Interests
Getting Human Rights Right

The Global Magnitsky Act will hold human rights abusers to account. But it should also inspire a fresh debate about the role of promoting human rights and democracy in American foreign policy.

Jeffrey Gedmin is chairman, global politics and security, at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service and senior advisor at Blue Star Strategies.
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