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Events such as the Nanking Massacre and Japanese-American internment rights heightened concerns regarding the continuation of human rights abuses by developed nations solidified a country’s right to act to protect its own security demonstrated regard for the protection of human rights caused little concern as they were considered isolated incidents

Eric Morgan

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Kathy Robinson on February 25, 2018

The correct answer that best completes the sentence given above, it would be the second option. Events like the Massacre of Nanking and Japanese-American internment solidified the right of a country to act to protect their own safety. I hope this answers your question.

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