Beyond Tibet, how should or could the west intervene in Chinese human rights?
The richest western corporations which we support will always look for the cheapest most underprivilaged workers to make our products competitively. They will say that they must do so to survive in the global economy. Therefore, we too sponsor and benefit economically from the poor workers situation in China. What can we realistically do to encourage reform in China?
Sighting the 'freeing' of Iraq as an example of western naivity towards the longterm evolutionary process required for a creating a stable and free society; doesnt it figure that you cant just dish out civil rights in an environment which is incapable of upholding them?