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A World Movement in Favour of Human Rights

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For more than ten years I have been systematically studying all aspects of the borderline between policy and military high strategy, which is now called Grand Strategy. Many times I have been astonished to see that Western democratic leaders did not better utilize the advantages of Western psychological attitude in the silent struggle of the human mind all over the world. A clever and widespread Communist propaganda was allowed to gain ground in many countries, practically without being contradicted by the democratic Governments. Often I asked myself: But do not the political leaders in those countries understand that the dictatorial way of treating human rights is the Achilles-heel of Communism? In order to prove this statement, I have found it logical to begin with a short investigation of the actual world situation, of which principles should be the basis for an international, psychological policy and how to synchronize their practical application. Only after this can we understand better the general development of the problem of Human Rights, the democratic and dictatorial ideas on this subject, ideological current aspects for the near future and how the democracies should utlize their advantages better than they do now.

Affiliations: 1: Sweden


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