Humanitarian Intervention

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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.

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Overview

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.

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Table of 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 Mac Farlane, 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? Côte 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 Tesón
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 Brunnée 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 Tesón
Eight Principles for Humanitarian Intervention - Fernando Tesón
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 Mc Mahan
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

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