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Cushman, Thomas 2008. Just War or Just Peace: Humanitarian Intervention and International Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Thinking About Human Rights During the Iraq War: Toward a Cartography of the Cognition of Western Thought Communities. Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 7, Issue. Human Rights in the 'War on Terror'. Online ISBN: 9780511511288. Why did it take you so long to get here?’ In Cushman, T. (E., A Matter of Principle. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
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reflections on human rights issues in the United States, or alleged abuses that have occurred in the prosecution of the war on terror and the war in Iraq
reflections on human rights issues in the United States, or alleged abuses that have occurred in the prosecution of the war on terror and the war in Iraq. Such critiques are important and necessary, but serve to obscure violations of human rights in Iraq under Saddam Hussein's regime and forestall discussion of the possibility that the war has had positive moral consequences. I would like to begin by stressing that the human rights case for the war has been difficult to make
Current debate over the motives, ideological justifications, and outcomes of the war with Iraq have been strident and polarizing. Disputing the idea that the only true liberal position on the war is to be against it, this volume charts an invaluable third course, a path determined by a strong liberal commitment to human rights, solidarity with the oppressed, and a firm stand against fascism, totalitarianism, and tyranny. Скачать (pdf, . 8 Mb) Читать.
Cushman T (2005) The human rights case for the war in Iraq: a consequentialist view. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp 78–107Google Scholar. Blank LR, Noone GP (2013) International law and armed conflict: fundamental principles and contemporary challenges in the law of war. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, New YorkGoogle Scholar. 117. Bergen PL, Rothenberg D (eds) (2015) Drone wars: transforming conflict, law, and policy. Cambridge University Press, New YorkGoogle Scholar.
human rights, a force of global instability and terror, and a threat to world . The preemptive war in Iraq is a contentious element in . Four topic areas are analyzed: governance and conflict resolution, ethics and public affairs, just and unjust war, and international relations.
human rights, a force of global instability and terror, and a threat to world peace. The authors discuss the limitations of the current system of global governance, which tolerates gross violations of human rights and which has failed to prevent genocide in places such as Bosnia and Rwanda. foreign policy and a source of political and ethical debate both at home and abroad.
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CASSIMARIS Anthony . International Humanitarian Law, International Human Rights Law and the . International Human Rights Law stipulates (or recognizes) that individuals (or groups) have rights in respect of the State (or, arguably, other authorities). International Humanitarian Law, International Human Rights Law and the Fragmentation of International Law, in ICLQ, Vol. 56, Part 3, July 2007, pp. 623-639. EIDE Asbjorn, The Laws of War and Human Rights – Differences and Convergences, in Studies and Essays on International Humanitarian Law and Red Cross Principles in Honour of Jean Pictet, Geneva, ICRC, The Hague, M. Nijhoff, 1984, pp. 675-698.