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Political Theory, International Relations, and the Ethics of Intervention : Southampton Studies in International Policy - Ian Forbes

Political Theory, International Relations, and the Ethics of Intervention

Southampton Studies in International Policy

By: Ian Forbes (Editor), Mark Hoffman (Editor)

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Published: 24th August 1993
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This volume is about the discourse and practice of intervention and non-intervention in international relations. The product of a dialogue between theorists of politics, it argues that intervention is endemic in world politics, but people need to move beyond traditional accounts of such practices. In moving towards a more encompassing approach, it explores traditional and post-modern perspectives on the understanding of sovereignty, the state and the state system; conceptions of power, identity and agency; and universal, particularist and contingent justifications for intervention and non-intervention. Historical and contemporary case-studies of intervention are also examined. Ian Forbes is the author of "Marx and the New Individual", and Mark Hoffman is also the editor of "UK Arms Control in the 1990s".

Acknowledgements - Notes on the Contributors - Introduction: Intervention and State Sovereignty in the International System; I.Forbes & M.Hoffman - PART 1: DEFINITIONS AND DILEMMAS - Recent Literature on Intervention and Non-Intervention; R.Little - Intervention and the Limits of International Law; A.Carty - Intervention, Non-Intervention and the Construction of the State; C.Navari - Intervention and Moral Dilemmas; P.Johnson - PART 2: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES - Realism, International Anarchy and Intervention; L.McCarthy - The Pragmatic Case Against Intervention; C.Thomas - The Justifications for Intervention: Needs before Contexts; R.Plant - Intervention and Virtue; B.Paskins - Beyond Non-Intervention; J.Vincent & P.Wilson - PART 3: HARD CASES - Confronting Moral Dilemmas in an Amoral World: The Non-State of Lebanon and Israeli Interventionism; A.Sadeghi - Vietnam's Intervention in Kampuchea: The Rights of State v The Rights of People; M.Leifer - Legitimate Intervention and Illegitimate States: Sanctions Against South Africa; J.Hoffman - Non-Intervention, Self-Determination and the New World Order; J.Mayall - PART 4: THEORETICAL DEPARTURES - Contextuality, Interdependence and the Ethics of Intervention; N.Rengger - Agency, Identity and Intervention; M.Hoffman - Beyond the State; I.Forbes - Index

ISBN: 9780333473764
ISBN-10: 0333473760
Series: Southampton Studies in International Policy
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 249
Published: 24th August 1993
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.79  x 3.0
Weight (kg): 0.49
Edition Number: 3