Rethinking Humanitarian Intervention in the 21st Century

Editors: Warren, Aiden and Grenfell, Damian
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

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ISBN: 978-1-47-442381-6
Category: Social Sciences
Image Count: 5
Book Status: Available
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Since the Cold War, humanitarian interventions have transitioned through a range of stages. These essays focus on the challenges associated with interventions, conflict and attendant human rights violations, unmitigated and systematic violence, state re-building, and issues associated with human mobility and dislocation.

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Table of Contents

  • Notes on Contributors
  • Foreword
  • Abbreviations and Acronyms
  • Introduction - Aiden Warren and Damian Grenfell
  • PART I The Evolution of Humanitarian Interventions in a Global Era
  • 1 Rethinking Humanitarian-Military Interventions: Violence and Modernity in an Age of Globalisation - Damian Grenfell
  • 2 Peace in the Twenty-First Century: States, Capital and Institutions - Oliver P. Richmond
  • 3 The Evolution of Economic Interventions and the Violence of International Accountability over the longue durée - Bronwen Everill
  • 4 Changing Patterns of Social Connection across Interventions: Unravelling Aberrant Globalisation - Paul Battersby
  • PART II The Limits of Sovereignty and the Ethics of Interventions
  • 5 A Framework for Reimagining Order and Justice: Transitions in Violence and Interventions in a Global Era - Michaelene Cox
  • 6 Humanitarian Intervention? Responding Ethically to Globalising Violence in the Age of Mediated Violence - Paul James
  • 7 ‘Manifestly Failing’ and ‘Unwilling or Unable’ as Intervention Formulas: A Critical Assessment - Ingvild Bode
  • 8 Interventions and the Limits of the Responsibility to Protect: Regional Organisations and the Global South - Joseph Hongoh
  • 9 Regulating the Abstraction of Violence: Interventions and the Deployment of New Technologies Globally - Aiden Warren
  • PART III The Politics of Post-intervention (Re-)Building and Humanitarian Engagement
  • 10 (Re-)Building the World: Local Agency and Human Security in the New Millennium - Trudy Fraser
  • 11 Who Rebuilds? Local Roles in Rebuilding Shattered Societies - Susan H. Allen
  • 12 Transforming the Discourse of Civil-Military Interaction in Humanitarian Environments - Vandra Harris