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[PDF] Foreign economic assistance and respect for civil and political rights: Chile - a case study

The question of whether foreign economic assistance to states grossly disregarding human rights has an impact on the enjoyment of civil and political rights in those states is...very complex…The nexus between economic assistance and human rights is often indirect and subtle…This article will briefly address…questions specifically in regards to Chile. The reasons for this choice stem from the fact that there is sufficient documentation available, both from the Chilean authorities and from the United Nations, to analyze the relationship between foreign economic assistance and civil and political rights in that nation. This analysis assumes that the various pronouncements of the U.N. General Assembly regarding Chile’s poor human rights record are indeed correct.