International Intervention: Sovereignty Versus Responsibility

International Intervention: Sovereignty Versus Responsibility

By: Michael Keren (editor), Donald A. Sylvan (editor)Paperback

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National sovereignty, defined as a nation's right to exercise its own law and practise over its territory, is a cherished norm in the modern era, and yet it raises great legal, political and ethical dilemmas. This study looks at the problems created by international intervention.

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Theory and humanitarian intervention, Howard Adelman; intellectuals without borders, Michael Keren; when is intervention likely?, Arie Nadler; deciding whether to intervene, Donald A. Sylvan and Jon C. Pevehouse; the media and international intervention, Abike Cohen; the UN experience in modern intervention, Rudiger Wolfrum; intervention as a challenge for the military, Gustav Daniker; the Canadian discourse on peacekeeping, Barry Cooper; multilateral and the international community, Bruce Cronin; scholars against genocide, Neal Riemer.

Product Details

  • publication date: 30/03/2002
  • ISBN13: 9780714681948
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 224
  • ID: 9780714681948
  • weight: 317
  • ISBN10: 0714681946

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