Human Rights Quarterly
The forty-sixth session of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights met from 29 January to 9 March 1990. It was the first meeting of the Com- mission following the democratic changes in Central Europe, the suppression of the pro-democracy movement in China, and the US invasion of Panama. The Commission also met after the General Assembly had called for an enlargement of its membership to remedy the under-representation of third world countries, while asking the Commission to study ways of making its work more effective.
Reed Brody, Penny Parker, and David Weissbrodt, Major Developments in 1990 at the UN Commission on Human Rights, 12 Hum. Rts. Q. 559 (1990), available at https://scholarship.law.umn.edu/faculty_articles/409.