Palgrave Studies in International Relations Series: Ethical Reasoning in International Affairs

Editor/Author Navari, Cornelia
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: Macmillan Publishers Ltd

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ISBN: 978-1-349-45066-4
Category: Social Sciences - Political science
Book Status: Available
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Arguing for a middle ground between idealism and realism, this book considers the most pressing ethical and moral issues in contemporary international politics, including intervention, human rights and aid, and sets about reasoning how to resolve them in politically realistic ways.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures
  • Notes on Contributors
  • 1 The Terrain of the Middle Ground - Cornelia Navari
  • 2 Are We Linguistically Left-Handed? In Search of Responsible, Ethical Subjects - Daniel Warner
  • 3 Realism and Right: Sketch for a Theory of Global Justice - Terry Nardin
  • 4 Middle-Ground Ethics and Human Rights in International Relations - Mervyn Frost
  • 5 Theorizing Secession: What Should Be the Relationship between the Ideal and the Empirical? - Mikulas Fabry
  • 6 Global Constitutionalism as a Middle-Ground Ethic - Anthony Lang Jr.
  • 7 Beyond Order versus Justice: Middle-Ground Ethics and the Responsibility to Protect - Mikael Baaz
  • 8 Hedley Bull and John Dewey: Two Middle Grounders and a Pragmatic Approach to the Nuclear Dilemma - Molly Cochran
  • 9 The Ethics of War, Innocence, and Hard Cases: A Call for the Middle Ground - Milla Emilia Vaha
  • 10 Authoritarianism, Anti-imperialism, and Intervention: The Precariousness of the Middle Ground - Chris Brown
  • 11 Power Transitions, Emerging Powers, and the Shifting Terrain of the Middle Ground - Andrew Hurrell