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020 _a9781107031647 (hardback)
020 _a9781107644748 (paperback)
040 _aDLC
_beng
_cDLC
_erda
042 _apcc
050 _aU21.2
_b.R45 2013
082 _a172/.42
_223
090 _aU21.2 .R45 2013
100 _aRengger, N. J.
_eauthor.
_q(Nicholas J.),
245 _aJust war and international order :
_bthe uncivil condition in world politics /
_cNicholas Rengger, St Andrews University.
264 _aCambridge :
_bCambridge University Press,
_c2013.
300 _axviii, 205 pages ;
_c24 cm
336 _atext
_2rdacontent
337 _aunmediated
_2rdamedia
338 _avolume
_2rdacarrier
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 180-194) and index.
520 _a"At the opening of the twenty-first century, while obviously the world is still struggling with violence and conflict, many commentators argue that there are many reasons for supposing that restrictions on the use of force are growing. The establishment of the ICC, the growing sophistication of international humanitarian law and the 'rebirth' of the just war tradition over the last fifty years are all taken as signs of this trend. This book argues that, on the contrary, the just war tradition, allied to a historically powerful and increasingly dominant conception of politics in general, is complicit with an expansion of the grounds of supposedly legitimate force, rather than a restriction of it. In offering a critique of this trajectory, Just War and International Order also seeks to illuminate a worrying trend for international order more generally and consider what, if any, alternative there might be to it"--
_cProvided by publisher.
650 _aJust war doctrine.
650 _aWorld politics
_y21st century.
906 _a7
_bcbc
_corignew
_d1
_eecip
_f20
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925 _aacquire
_xpolicy default
955 _axn09 2013-06-20 1 copy rec'd., to CIP ver.
_bre09 2012-11-21
_cre09 2012-11-21 ONIX
_dre18 2012-12-03
_exj11 2012-12-04 to Dewey
_frm05 2013-07-02 Telework to CALM
_txk25 2013-08-16 copy 2 added
_wrd05 2012-12-05
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