Western powers are not willing to honour universal human rights continuously and consistently if facing the risk of upsetting economic allies and compromised benefits.
Human rights were originated in the West and established as a form of cultural dominance.
"Some of the worst violators have not joined central rights treaties or institutions, undermining the initiatives' perceived effectiveness."
Human rights in Western standard cannot be enjoyed by other cultures that do not emulate the conditions and values of Western societies.
Western nations continue to dispute the importance of civil rights versus economic gains.
'(After WW2, instead of supporting the developmentalist movement, they set out on a decades-long campaign to topple the elected governments (in developing countries) that were leading it and to install strongmen friendly to their interests (through human-rights-violated dictatorship regimes)".