Humanitarian Intervention (Sage Library of International Relations)

Humanitarian Intervention (Sage Library of International Relations)

By: James Pattison (editor)Hardback

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The debates surrounding humanitarian intervention and the responsibility to protect concern a series of central and interrelated issues in International Relations, international law, and political philosophy. These include the relationship between state sovereignty and human rights, the reasons for state behaviour, the role and adequacy of the United Nations, and whether states have a moral and legal obligation to protect those beyond their borders. This major work provides a detailed and systematic understanding of these political, legal, and ethical debates surrounding humanitarian intervention and responsibility to protect as they have evolved since the 1990s. Divided thematically, Volume I considers more closely the politics of humanitarian intervention, Volume II focuses on the international law on humanitarian intervention, Volume III considers the ethical issues, and Volume IV focuses explicitly on the responsibility to protect doctrine. This Major Work is designed to be a key reference for those interested in humanitarian intervention and the responsibility to protect from a wide range of fields, including International Relations, political science, international law, and political philosophy. Volume One: The Politics of Humanitarian Intervention Volume Two: The International law on Humanitarian Intervention Volume Three: The Ethical Issues Surrounding Humanitarian Intervention Volume Four: The Responsibility to Protect and Humanitarian Intervention

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About Author

Dr James Pattison is a Senior Lecturer in politics at the University of Manchester. His research interests include humanitarian intervention, the responsibility to protect, the ethics of war, and the increased use of private military and security companies. His book, Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect: Who Should Intervene? (2010, Oxford University Press) was awarded a Notable Book Award in 2011 by the International Studies Association (International Ethics Section) and has recently been published in paperback, with a new preface on the intervention in Libya. He has published various articles on the humanitarian intervention, the responsibility to protect, and the ethics of force, including for Ethics & International Affairs, International Theory, the International Journal of Human Rights, the Journal of Military Ethics, and the Journal of Political Philosophy. He is also currently working on a second monograph on the ethical issues surrounding the use of private military and security companies, The Morality of Private War: The Challenge of Private Military and Security Companies with Oxford University Press.

Contents

VOLUME ONE: THE POLITICS OF HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION Pluralist or Solidarist Conceptions of International Society: Bull and Vincent on Humanitarian Intervention - Nicolas Wheeler Humanitarian War - Adam Roberts Military Intervention and Human Rights The Culture of National Security - Martha Finnemore Norms and Identity in World Politics Saving Strangers - Nicholas Wheeler Humanitarian Intervention in International Society East Timor and the New Humanitarian Interventionism - Nicholas Wheeler and Tim Dunne Humanitarian Intervention and State Sovereignty - Mohammed Ayoob The Responsibility to Protect - Neil MacFarlane, Carolin Thielking and Thomas Weiss Is Anyone Interested in Humanitarian Intervention? The Sunset of Humanitarian Intervention? The Responsibility to Protect in a Uni-Polar Era - Thomas Weiss Authorizing Humanitarian Intervention - Jennifer M. Welsh The Lessons of Darfur for the Future of Humanitarian Intervention - Touko Piiparinen Proposals for U.N. Standing Forces - Adam Roberts A Critical History Beyond Humanitarian Intervention - Andrew Cottey The New Politics of Peacekeeping and Intervention Moral Hazard of Humanitarian Intervention - Alan Kuperman Lessons from the Balkans The New Politics of Protection? Cote d'Ivoire, Libya and the Responsibility to Protect - Alex Bellamy and Paul Williams On the Limits of Moral Hazard - Alex Bellamy and Paul Williams The 'Responsibility to Protect', Armed Conflict and Mass Atrocities VOLUME TWO: THE INTERNATIONAL LAW ON HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION NATO, the U.N. and the Use of Force - Bruno Simma Legal Aspects From Nuremberg to Kosovo - Allen Buchanan The Morality of Illegal International Legal Reform Just War or Just Peace? Humanitarian Intervention and International Law - Simon Chesterman Changing the Rules about Rules? Unilateral Humanitarian Intervention and the Future of International Law - Michael Byers and Simon Chesterman Humanitarian Intervention - Fernando Teson An Inquiry into Law and Morality Legality and Legitimacy in Humanitarian Intervention - Thomas M. Franck Humanitarian Intervention and Pretexts for War - Ryan Goodman Responsibility to Protect - Carsten Stahn Political Rhetoric or Emerging Legal Norm? The Responsibility to Protect as a Duty of Care in International Law and Practice - Louise Arbour The Responsibility to Protect and the Use of Force - Jutta Brunnee and Stephen J. Toope Building Legality? Is Humanitarian Intervention Legal? The Rule of Law in an Incoherent World - Ian Hurd The Responsibility to Protect beyond Borders - Luke Glanville VOLUME THREE: THE ETHICAL ISSUES SURROUNDING HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION An Institutional Approach to Humanitarian Intervention - Thomas Pogge Humanitarian Intervention and Just War - Mona Fixdal and Dan Smith The Internal Legitimacy of Humanitarian Intervention - Allen Buchanan 'Immaculate War' - Martin Cook Constraints on Humanitarian Intervention Is Armed Humanitarian Intervention to Stop Mass Killing Morally Obligatory? - John Lango The Argument about Humanitarian Intervention - Michael Walzer From jus ad bellum to jus ad pacem - Lucas George R. Jr Re-thinking Just-War Criteria for the Use of Military Force for Humanitarian Ends War in Iraq - Kenneth Roth Not a Humanitarian Intervention Common-Sense Morality and the Consequentialist Ethics of Humanitarian Intervention - Eric A. Heinze Ending Tyranny in Iraq - Fernando Teson Eight Principles for Humanitarian Intervention - Fernando Teson The Responsibility to Protect Human Rights - David Miller Whose Responsibility to Protect? The Duties of Humanitarian Intervention - James Pattison Humanitarian Intervention, Consent and Proportionality - Jeff McMahan The Politics of Ethical Foreign Policy - Dan Bulley A Responsibility to Protect Whom? VOLUME FOUR: THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT AND HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION The Responsibility to Protect - International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty Report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty Limiting Sovereignty - Henry Shue Whither the Responsibility to Protect? Humanitarian Intervention and the 2005 World Summit - Alex Bellamy Darfur and the Failure of the Responsibility to Protect - Alex de Waal The Responsibility to Protect and the Problem of Military Intervention - Alex Bellamy The Responsibility to Protect - Gareth Evans An Idea Whose Time Has Come... and Gone? Implementing the Responsibility to Protect - Ban Ki-moon From Idea to Norm - and Action? Unravelling the Paradox of 'the Responsibility to Protect' - David Chandler The Responsibility to Protect - Five Years on - Alex Bellamy The Responsibility to Protect - Edward Luck Growing Pains or Early Promise? The Responsibility to Protect - Eli Stamnes Integrating Gender Perspectives into Policies and Practices The Antecedents of 'Sovereignty as Responsibility' - Luke Glanville The Responsibility to Protect in International Political Discourse - Aidan Hehir Encouraging Statement of Intent or Illusory Platitudes? The Responsibility to Protect - Edward Luck The First Decade Responsibility to Protect - Ban Ki-moon Timely and Decisive Response

Product Details

  • publication date: 12/11/2013
  • ISBN13: 9781446273449
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 1472
  • ID: 9781446273449
  • weight: 2835
  • ISBN10: 144627344X

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