Author: Adam Raszewski | Pages: 39–49
In today’s socio-political reality, human rights take an important place as part of the debate on the relationship between the citizen and the state. Against this background, we can distinguish those states which do not belong to the circle of Western culture, including China. The author raises the question of a presence of human rights in China, treating it as a philosophical issue. He points to the need for taking on a perspective of economic development as an opportunity to improve the situation of the individual. The author considers the possibility of an implementation of a new political model and indicates the threats to human rights in China.