ISBN-10:
0521009308
ISBN-13:
9780521009300
Pub. Date:
09/13/2001
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Ethics and Foreign Policy / Edition 1

Ethics and Foreign Policy / Edition 1

by Karen E. Smith, Margot Light
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ISBN-13: 9780521009300
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 09/13/2001
Series: LSE Monographs in International Studies
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 236
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

Karen E. Smith is Lecturer in International Relations at the London School of Economics. Her publications include The Making of EU Foreign Policy: The Case of Eastern Europe (1999) and co-editor (with Christopher Hill) of European Foreign Policy: Key Documents (2000).

Margot Light is Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics. She is co-editor (with A. J. R. Groom) of Contemporary International Relations: A Guide to Theory (1994) and co-author (with Neil Malcolm, Alex Pravda and Roy Allison) of International Factors in Russian Foreign Policy (1996).

Table of Contents

Introduction Karen E. Smith and Margot Light; Part I. Theories: 1. Ethics, interests and foreign policy Chris Brown; 2. The ethics of humanitarian intervention: protecting civilians to make democratic citizenship possible Mervyn Frost; 3. A pragmatic perspective on ethical foreign policy Molly Cochran; Part II. Instruments and Policies: 4. Exporting democracy Margot Light; 5. Ethical foreign policies and human rights: dilemmas for non-governmental organisations Margo Picken; 6. The international criminal court Spyros Economides; 7. Constructing an ethical foreign policy: analysis and practice from below Karin Fierke; Part III. Case Studies: 8. The United States and the ethics of post-modern war Christopher Coker; 9. Blair's Britain: a force for good in the world? Tim Dunne and Nicholas Wheeler; 10. The EU, human rights and relations with third countries: 'foreign policy' with an ethical dimension? Karen E. Smith.

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