Table of contents for Just intervention / Anthony F. Lang, Jr., editor.


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Acknowledgments									4
Humanitarian Intervention: The Moral Dimension					5
Anthony F. Lang, Jr., Program Officer, Carnegie Council on Ethics and International 
Affairs
			
Part I:  Issues:
Chapter 1:  The Moral Basis of Humanitarian Intervention				15		
			
Terry Nardin, Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Chapter 2:  Normative Frameworks for Humanitarian Intervention			39
Nicholas Onuf, Department of International Relations, Florida International University
Chapter 3:  Hard Cases Make Bad Laws:  Law, Ethics and Politics in 		65
Humanitarian Intervention									
	Simon Chesterman, Associate, International Peace Academy
Chapter 4:  Is There an Islamic Ethic of Humanitarian Intervention? 		85	
Sohail Hasmi, Department of Political Science, Mt. Holyhoke College
Chapter 5:  Principles, Politics, and Humanitarian Action				118	
Thomas G. Weiss, Ralph Bunche Institute for International Relations, CUNY 
Part II:  Challenges:
Chapter 6:  The Politics of Rescue: Yugoslavia's Wars and the Humanitarian 	147
Impulse
	Amir Pasic, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University
Thomas G. Weiss, Ralph Bunche Institute for International Relations, CUNY
Chapter 7:  Humanitarian Intervention: Which Way Forward?			182
Richard Kaplan, Jesus College, Oxford University
Chapter 8:  Immaculate War: Constraints on Humanitarian Intervention		202
Martin Cook, Professor of Ethics, United States Army War College
	
Chapter 9:  The Impact of Intervention on Local Human Rights Culture: 		216
A Kosovo Case Study									
Julie Mertus, School of International Service, American University
Chapter 10:  Bureaucratizing the Duty to Aid: The United Nations and 		241
		Rwandan Genocide										
		Michael Barnett, Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Chapter 11:  Humanitarian Intervention after September 11				263
Nicholas Wheeler, Department of International Politics, University of Wales, 
Aberystwyth
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Humanitarian intervention