Protecting People - and Losing Just Peace?: Debates on the Responsibility to Protect in the Context of Christian Peace Ethics

Protecting People - and Losing Just Peace?: Debates on the Responsibility to Protect in the Context of Christian Peace Ethics

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ISBN-13: 9783643904386
Publisher: Lit Verlag
Publication date: 10/16/2013
Series: Ecumenical Studies / Okumenische Studien Series , #43
Pages: 236
Product dimensions: 5.75(w) x 8.00(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Protecting People - Losing Just Peace? An Introduction Ines-Jacqueline Werkner Dirk Rademacher 1

I Just Peace - A Model for Peace Ethics 19

The Model of 'Just Peace' Suspended Between Justice and Peace Lothar Brock 21

Community, Earth, Economy, Peoples - How Far Does Just Peace Go?: Workshop discussion with inputs Konrad Raiser Thilo Hoppe, introduced and summarized Jonathan Prunzel 33

Just Peace - Challenged by Ecumenical Diversity Martin Schindehütte 45

Just Peace - An Interdenominational Discussion: Panel discussion David Fisher Heinz-Gerhard Justenhoven Eva Senghaas-Knobloch Georgios Vlantis 53

On the Impossibility of a Just Peace Paul Oestreicher 71

II Just Peace and Nonviolence 79

Just Peace - Challenged to Nonviolence Renke Brahms 81

Just Peace - Between the Ban on Intervention and the Necessity to Protect. The Ethical Dilemma Around the Use of Violence Fernando Enns 87

Unconditional Nonviolence as a Theological, Ethical and Political Challenge: Workshop discussion with inputs James Jakob Fehr Christian Griebenow Olaf L. Müller, introduced and summarized Kim Stoffer 101

III Just Peace and Responsibility to Protect 121

The Underestimated Strength of Civil Prevention - Taking Forward the Responsibility to Protect Edward C. Luck 123

Just Peace - A Model for Ethics in International Relations?: Workshop discussion with inputs Michael Haspel Edward C. Luck Christopher Daase, introduced and summarized Annabella Stieren 145

Responsibility to Prevent - What Can the Churches Do?: Workshop discussion with inputs Martin Robra Otto Lampe Karsten Lehmann, introduced and summarized Maria Toropova 161

Responsibility to React - When Intervention is the 'Last' Resort: Workshop discussion with inputs Dirck Ackermann Jürgen-Joachim von Sandrart Christian Hillmer Paul Schäfer, introduced and summarized Markus Ch. Müller 175

Responsibility to Rebuild - Concepts on the Path to Reconstruction and Reconciliation: Workshop discussion with inputs Martin Quack Hans-Joachim Heintze, introduced and summarized Björn Budde 193

IV Looking to the Future 211

Just Peace - A Protection Model for the International Community?: Panel discussion Renke Brahms Olav Fykse Tveit Thomas Wipf 213

List of Contributors 223

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