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Just And Unjust Interventions In World Politics

Author : C. Lu
ISBN : 9780230299542
Genre : Political Science
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Taking insights and controversies from feminist political theory, Lu looks to illuminate alternative images of 'sovereignty as privacy' and 'sovereignty as responsibility', and to identify new challenges arising from the increased agency of private global civil society, and their relationship with the world of states.

A Nuclear Weapons Free World

Author : Nick Ritchie
ISBN : 9780230291027
Genre : Political Science
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President Obama and the UK Labor and Coalition governments have all backed the renewed momentum for serious progress towards a world free of nuclear weapons, whilst the UK finds itself embarked on a controversial and expensive program to renew its Trident nuclear weapons system. What does the UK process tell about the prospects for disarmament?

The Role Of Business In Global Governance

Author : A. Flohr
ISBN : 9780230277533
Genre : Political Science
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The Role of Business in Global Governance offers an empirically rich analysis of the new political role of corporations in the co-performance of governance functions beyond the state. Within comparative case studies, potential explanations of the political role of transnational corporations are systematically tested.

The New International Policing

Author : B. Greener
ISBN : 9780230241626
Genre : Social Science
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Police personnel have increasingly been deployed outside their own domestic jurisdictions to uphold law and order and to help rebuild states. This book explores the phenomenon of a 'new international policing' and outlines the range of challenges and opportunities it presents to both practitioners and theorists.

The Morality Of Private War

Author : James Pattison
ISBN : 9780191663680
Genre : Political Science
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The increased use of private military and security companies (PMSCs) is often said to be one of the most significant changes to the military in recent times. The Morality of Private War: The Challenge of Private Military and Security Companies provides a detailed assessment of the moral arguments for and against the use of PMSCs. In doing so, it considers objections to private force at the employee, employer, and international levels. For instance, does the potential for private contractors to possess mercenary motives affect whether they can use military force? Does a state abdicate an essential responsibility when it employs PMSCs? Is the use of PMSCs morally preferable to the alternatives, such as an all-volunteer force and a conscripted army? What are the effects of treating military services as a commodity for the governing rules of the international system? Overall, The Morality of Private War argues that private military force leads to not only contingent moral problems stemming from the lack of effective regulation, but also several deeper, more fundamental problems that mean that public force should be preferred. Nevertheless, it also argues that, despite these problems, PMSCs can sometimes (although rarely) be morally permissibly used. Ultimately, The Morality of Private War argues that the challenges posed by the use of PMSCs mean that we need to reconsider how military force ought to be organized and to reform our thinking about the ethics of war and, in particular, Just War Theory.

Justice And Reconciliation In World Politics

Author : Catherine Lu
ISBN : 9781108420112
Genre : Law
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How should justice and reconciliation in world politics be conceived in response to the injustice and alienation of modern colonialism?

The Ethics Of Global Governance

Author : Antonio Franceschet
ISBN : UOM:39015078801761
Genre : Political Science
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Ethics is treated in this book not as a set of rules, nor as a topic for philosophical discussion, but as a necessary aspect of political life. The authors analyse ethical controversies as central to global governance, considering the hard moral choices facing states and other actors as they navigate a complex world order.

The Chinese Century

Author : David Scott
ISBN : 0230537073
Genre : Political Science
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This book looks ahead to consider the most likely results of the encounter between China and the international system. Environmental, cultural and perceptual matters are considered as well as more traditional economic and military issues. Underpinning the book is the question will the 21st century be "China’s Century," for China and the world?

Governance Of Earth Systems

Author : Robert Boardman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105215372611
Genre : Political Science
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Science and politics are closely connected in today's global environmental issues. This book focuses on these links in relation to climate change, the threats to wildlife species, and natural hazards and disasters. Close study of these links of these reveals the need for more effective international cooperation and the limits of global governance.

Arming Conflict

Author : Mike Bourne
ISBN : 0230019331
Genre : Political Science
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Small arms and light weapons are the primary weapons of most armed conflicts. International responses have been shaped by the view that they are abundantly available and easily accessible to all on a global illicit market. This book argues that the arming of conflict is complexly structured and highly dynamic. It uncovers and describes the construction and interaction of structures and dynamics at global and regional levels, which shape the arming patterns of both state and non-state actors.

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