Human Rights issues have been prominently increased at the global level. After the end of Cold War, the fall of Berlin Wall (1989), human rights regime started to strengthen. Many authoritarian, despotic, corrupt and malicious government regimes (such as enforced disappearing people, genocide, etc) were fought against, forced to step down and being replaced.
The Vienna Declaration (1993) became a historical moment where human rights were argued but also acknowledged at the same time. Through the Vienna moment, human rights are universally acknowledged by balancing the local characteristics without reducing fundamental rights. Countries with various political regime backgrounds are demanded to promote human rights at any place, regardless the border, nationality, religion, ethnic group and other background. In other words, human rights are not only certain countries’ issues, but it becomes a global issue.