Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003.
xiii, 301 pages ; 24 cm.
Cambridge studies in philosophy and public policy.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction / Deen K. Chatterjee, Don E. Scheid Part I. The conceptual and normative terrain Intervention: should it go on, can it go on? / Stanley Hoffmann Selective humanitarianism: in defense of inconsistency / Chris Brown Part II. Just-war perspectives and limits Reciprocity, stability, and intervention: the ethics of disequilibrium / Michael Blake From jus ad bellum to jus ad pacem: re-thinking just-war criteria for the use of military force for humanitarian ends / George R. Lucas, Jr. Bombing to rescue?: NATO's 1999 bombing of Serbia / Henry Shue Burdens of collective liability / Erin Kelly Part III. Secession and international law Ethics of intervention in self-determination struggles / Tom J. Farer Seccession, humanitarian intervetnion, and the normative significance of political boundaries / Christine Chwaszcza Secession, state breakdown, and humanitarian intervention / Allen Buchanan Part IV. The critique of interventionism Respectable oppressors, hypocritical liberators: morality, intervention, and reality / Richard W. Miller Violence against power: critical thoughts on military intervention / Iris Marion Young War for humanity: a critique / C.A.J. Coady.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.