Moral Constraints on War : Principles and Cases (2ND)

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Moral Constraints on War : Principles and Cases (2ND)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 328 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
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This second edition of Moral Constraints on War offers a principle-by-principle presentation of the trans-cultural roots of the ethics of war in an age defined by the increasingly international nature of military intervention. Parts one and two trace the evolution of Just War Theory, analyzing the principles of jus ad bellum and jus in bello: the principles that determine under what conditions a war may be started and then conducted. Each chapter provides a historical background of the principle under discussion, an explanation of the principle, and numerous historical examples of its application. In Part three, case studies apply the theories discussed to NATO's humanitarian mission in Kosovo, terrorism and the Iraq War. Bringing together an international coterie of philosophers and political scientists, this accessible and practical guide offers students of military ethics and international relations rich, up-to-the-minute insight into the pluralistic character of Just War Theory.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Bruno Coppieters
Nick Fotion
Introduction 1 (1)
Nick Fotion
Bruno Coppieters
Ruben Apressyan
Realism 1 (4)
Militarism 5 (2)
Pacifism 7 (3)
Just War Theory 10 (4)
Questions of Terminology: Justice, War, 14 (13)
and Theory
Part I: Jus ad Bellum
Just Cause 27 (28)
Bruno Coppieters
Carl Ceulemans
Anthony Hartle
A General Approach 27 (2)
Individual and Collective Self-Defense 29 (14)
Humanitarian Intervention 43 (12)
Legitimate Authority 55 (18)
Bruno Coppieters
Background 55 (3)
Collaboration and Resistance: La France 58 (3)
Libre
Revolutionary Movements 61 (1)
Anticolonial Struggles: Algeria, 1954-1962 62 (4)
The Security System of the United Nations 66 (4)
Conclusion 70 (3)
Right Intententions 73 (28)
Bruno Coppieters
Boris Kashnikov
The Just War Tradition 75 (3)
Testing the Principle 78 (2)
Bangladesh, 1971 80 (3)
Hitler's Occupation of Czechoslovakia, 83 (2)
1938
Hitler's Occupation of Poland, 1939 85 (1)
The Soviet Occupation of Poland, 1939 86 (2)
A Four-Step Approach to the Iraq War, 2003 88 (13)
The Likelihood of Success 101(24)
Nick Fotion
Bruno Coppieters
Problems 101(2)
Luxembourg, 1940 103(1)
Belgium, 1940 104(1)
Thailand, 1940 and 1941 105(1)
Cuba in the 1950s 106(2)
Hezbollah 108(2)
Mini and Maxi 110(1)
Czechoslovakia, 1968 111(3)
North Korea 114(3)
Afghanistan and Iraq Compared 117(3)
Sacrifice and Mobilization 120(5)
Proportionality 125(14)
Nick Fotion
A Relational Principle 125(3)
Luxembourg and Belgium Again 128(1)
Mini and Maxi Again 128(2)
Divergence between Success and 130(2)
Proportionality Principles
North Korea and the Bomb Again 132(7)
Last Resort 139(20)
Bruno Coppieters
Ruben Apressyan
Carl Ceulemans
The United Nations 140(2)
Nuclear Crisis Management: The Cuban 142(5)
Missile Crisis of 1962
Humanitarian Crisis Management: Bosnia, 147(8)
1992-1995
Part II: Jus in Bello
A Historical Overview of the Jus in Bello 155(4)
Constraints
Guy Van Damme
Proportionality 159(12)
Guy Van Damme
Nick Fotion
Underlying Assumptions 159(1)
The Conduct of War 160(4)
Nuclear Arms 164(1)
Biological Arms 165(2)
The Principle of Double Effect 167(2)
Conclusion 169(2)
Discrimination 171(24)
Anthony Hartle
Noncombatant Immunity 171(7)
Nuclear Weapons 178(3)
Land Mines 181(2)
Targeting 183(1)
Economic Sanctions 184(2)
Counterterrorism 186(2)
Conclusion 188(7)
Part III: Cases
The Nato Intervention in the Kosovo Crisis: 195(24)
March-June 1999
Carl Ceulemans
Presentation of the Case 195(3)
Just Cause 198(1)
Right Intentions 199(2)
Legitimate Authority 201(2)
Last Resort 203(3)
Likelihood of Success 206(4)
Proportionality (ad Bellum) 210(2)
Discrimination 212(1)
Proportionality (in Bello) 213(2)
Conclusion 215(4)
NATO's Intervention in the Kosovo Crisis: 219(18)
Whose Justice?
Boris Kashnikov
Just Cause? 219(2)
Legitimate Authority? 221(2)
Right Intentions? 223(2)
Likelihood of Success? 225(2)
Last Resort? 227(2)
Proportionality (ad Bellum)? 229(2)
Winning Ugly: Discrimination and 231(2)
Proportionality (in Bello)
Conclusion 233(4)
Kosovo and the Question of a Just Secession 237(24)
Bruno Coppieters
Three Debates on Kosovo 237(3)
Military Intervention: The Case of 240(2)
Abkhazia
International Administration: The Case of 242(3)
Chechnya
Unilateral Independence: The Case of 245(9)
Kosovo
Conclusion 254(7)
Terrorism 261(18)
Nick Fotion
The Nature of Terrorism 261(3)
The Morality of Terrorism 264(1)
Terrorist Arguments 265(3)
Assessing the Arguments 268(11)
The War in Iraq: 2003 and Beyond 279(24)
Nick Fotion
Background 279(3)
Just Cause 282(3)
Right Intentions 285(1)
Last Resort 286(1)
Likelihood of Success 287(2)
Proportionality (Jus ad Bellum) 289(1)
Legitimate Authority 289(1)
Proportionality (Jus in Bello) 290(2)
Discrimination 292(3)
Later Developments 295(2)
Conclusion 297(6)
Concluding Comments 303(14)
Nick Fotion
Bruno Coppieters
Realism, Pacifism, and Militarism Revisted 303(5)
Just War Theory and Excessive Optimism 308(4)
Excessive Pessimism 312(2)
A Universal Theory? 314(3)
Index 317(10)
About the Contributors 327