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International Ethics

Four Volume Set
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July 2011 | 1 576 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Actors in international politics need to navigate a host of ethical challenges when deciding how to act in a certain context. They are confronted by the question: "What, from an ethical point of view, should I do?" with regard to a wide range of issues including the conduct of war, the just distribution of aid and trade, human rights, the care of the global environment, the rights of asylum seekers and refugees, genocide, money laundering, global terror, and many others. This collection looks at classical and seminal research in the field with the broad framework of the moral standing of states; the moral standing of non-state actors; and the ethics of international relations.

Volume One: The Society of States
Volume Two: Global Civil Society: Non-State Actors in World Politics
Volume Three: The Changing Constitution of Global Politics
Volume Four: Ethics and Foreign Policy


 
VOLUME ONE: THE MORAL STANDING OF STATES AND THE SOCIETY OF STATES
 
Normative Theory, Ethics and International Relations
Normative Theory Daryl Glaser
Case for Normative Political Theory Anurag Sinha
Normative Theory Steve Buckler
 
The Moral Standing of States
The Rights of Political Communities Michael Walzer
Extract from 'Reconciling Rights and Sovereignty: The Constitutive Theory of Individuality' Mervyn Frost
The Nation-State: A Modest Defence David Miller
 
Sovereignty
Quagmire Alan James
Extract from 'Cosmopolitanism and Sovereignty' Thomas Pogge
Negative Sovereignty in Sub-Saharan Africa Robert Jackson
Writing the State Cynthia Weber
 
Ethical Standing of Borders
Justice and Boundaries Onora O'Neill
The Ethics of Boundaries Daniel Philpott
 
Secession
Theories of Secession Allen Buchanan
Extract from 'Secession and Self Determination: A Territorial Interpretation' Lea Brilmayer
 
Anarchy
Extract from 'The Anarchical Society' Hedley Bull
Extract from 'Global Ethics: Anarchy, Freedom and International Relations' Mervyn Frost
 
Liberty
Extract from 'Kant, Liberal Legacies, and Foreign Affairs' Michael Doyle
By Way of an Introduction Francis Fukuyama
 
Order
Order and Justice in 'The Anarchical Society' Ian Harris
The New Global Order: The Power of Principle in a Pluralistic World Charles Kegley
Hedley Bull and Order in International Relations John Vincent
 
Justice
Theories of International Justice Chris Brown
The Law of Peoples John Rawls
Justice and International Relations Charles Beitz
 
Equality and Inequality
Extract from 'A New International System?' Robert Tucker
The Problem of Global Justice Thomas Nagel
 
VOLUME TWO: THE MORAL STANDING OF GLOBAL CIVIL SOCIETY: ETHICS AND NON STATE ACTORS IN WORLD POLITICS
 
Global Civil Society
The Promises of International Civil Society Alejandro Colás
Reading the Small Print in Global Civil Society: The Inexorable Hegemony of the Liberal Self Stephen Hopgood
Global Civil Society, Anarchy and Governance: Assessing an Emerging Paradigm Scott Turner
The Concept of Civil Society Michael Walzer
 
Human Rights
Human Rights in Foreign Policy John Vincent
Cultural Relativism and Universal Human Rights Jack Donnelly
Human Rights, Rationality and Sentimentality Richard Rorty
 
Asian and African Rights
Evaluating Human Rights in Africa: Some Problems of Implicit Comparisons Rhoda Howard
Human Rights and Asian Values Amartya Sen
 
Nations and Determination as an Ethical Issue in World Politics
The Ethical Significance of Nationality David Miller
National Self Determination Avishai Margalit and Joseph Raz
The Romance of the Nation State David Luban
Ethical Uncertainties of Nationalism Dan Smith
 
Associations, Social Movements and International Social Networks
Building Global Civil Society 'from Below' David Chandler
Explorations of Political Practice R.B.J. Walker
 
VOLUME THREE: THE CHANGING CONSTITUTION OF GLOBAL POLITICS: ETHICAL ISSUES
 
Ethical Diplomacy and Foreign Policy
The Meeting of Ethics and Diplomacy Kenneth Thompson
Rhetoric Without Responsibility: The Attraction of Ethical Foreign Policy David Chandler
 
Ethics and International Law
International Ethics and International Law Terry Nardin
International Law as an Approach to International Ethics: A Plea for Jurisprudential Diagnostics Friedrich Kratochwil
 
Global Civil Society and Global Citizenship
Situating Global Citizenship Nigel Dower
International Ethics and European Integration: Federal State of Network Horizon? Thomas Diez
From an Ethics of Integration to an Ethics of Participation Richard Bellamy and Alex Warleigh
 
Cosmopolitan Democracy
Democracy and the New International Order David Held
Citizenship and Sovereignty in the Post-Westphalian State Andrew Linklater
Transnational Democracy John Dryzek
 
Feminist Global Ethics
Towards a Feminist International Ethics Kimberly Hutchings
Ethical Reasoning and the Global Context of Care Fiona Robinson
 
VOLUME FOUR: ETHICS AND FOREIGN POLICY
 
Ethics, Migrants and International Relations
Ethics, National Sovereignty and the Control of Immigration Myron Weiner
Migration and Morality:A Liberal Egalitarian Point of View Joseph Carens
Liberal Democratic States and Ethically Defensible Asylum Practices Matthew Gibney
 
Sanctions
A Peaceful, Silent, Deadly Remedy: The Ethics of Economic Sanctions Joy Gordon
Are Sanctions Just? The Problematic Case of Iraq David Cortright and George Lopez
 
Aid, Relief and Conditionalities
The Moral Case fir Aid Roger Riddell
Aid and Sovereignty Christopher Kilby
Doing the Right Thing: Relief Agencies, Moral Dilemmas and Moral Responsibility in Political Emergencies and War Hugo Slim
Ethics and the Conduct of International Development Aid: Charity and Obligation Des Gasper
 
Humanitarian Intervention
The Idea of State Sovereignty and the Right of Humanitarian Intervention John Charvet
Ethics and Intervention Michael Smith
Humanitarian Intervention and the Just War Mona Fixdal and Dan Smith
 
Just War
The Just War Criteria Alex Bellamy
Can War be Morally Justified? The Just War Theory Robert Holmes
 
Just War against Terrorism
On the Just War Tradition in the Twenty-First Century Nicholas Rengger
Just War or Ethical Peace? Moral Discourses of Strategic Violence after 9/11 Anthony Burke
The Slippery Slope to Preventive War Neta Crawford
What's wrong with Preventive War? The Moral and Legal Basis for the Preventive Use of Force Whitley Kaufman
 
International Environmental Ethics
Biodiversity, Ethics and International Law Farhana Yamin
Bioregionalism and Cross-Cultural Dialogue on a Land Ethics Richard Evanoff
The Importance of Expressly Examining Global Warming Policy Issues Through an Ethical Prism Donald Brown

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