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Moral Constraints on War: Principles and Cases

Опубликовано на портале: 12-08-2005
Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 2002
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The authors of this book present the transcultural roots of the ethics of war in an age defined by the increasingly international nature of military intervention. This guide offers up-to-the-minute insight into the pluralistic character of war theory.

Рецензия на книгу: Donna Yarri (Department of the Humanities, Alvernia College). Just War Theory in the Real World // H-War. January, 2004.
Preface1
PART I. Introduction
I. Realism9
II. Militarism14
III. Pacifism17
IV. Just War Theory21
V. Questions of Terminology: Justice, War and Theory28
PART II. JUS AD BELLUM
Chapter 1. Just Cause
I. A General Approach36
II. Self-Defense38
III. The Defense of Others44
IV. Summary52
Chapter 2. Legitimate Authority
I. Background56
II. The Principle of Legitimate Authority as Subordinated to State Sovereignty 60
III. Legitimate Authority and Revolutionary Movements 65
IV.Legitimate Authority and the Security System of the United Nations 67
V.Legitimate Authority and Anti-Colonial Struggles 69
VI. Legitimate Authority and Secession74
VII. Conclusions76
Chapter 3. Right Intentions
I.Introduction79
II.Subjectivity of Intentions82
III. The Philosophical Debate84
IV.Testing the Principle of Right Intentions87
V.Cases90
Chapter 4. Likelihood of Success
I.Problems104
II.Luxembourgh, 1940105
III.Belgium, 1940 108
IV.Thailands, 1940 and 1941109
V.Cuba in the 1950s111
VI.Mini and Maxi113
VII.Czechoslovakia, 1968115
Chapter 5. Proportionality
I.A Relational Principle121
II. Luxembourg and Belgium Again125
III.Mini and Maxi126
IV.Divergence Between Success and Proportionality Principles128
Chapter 6. Last Resort
I. Introduction133
II.The Soviet-Japanese War of 1939 and the Soviet-Finnish War of 1939-1940135
III.The UN, International Security Organizations, andMultilateral Diplomacy140
IV.Nuclear Crisis Management142
V.The UN Security Council and the Threat of the Use of Force149
VI.The UN Security Council and the Use of Economic Force155
PART III. JUS IN BELLO
An Historical Overview of the JUS IN BELLO Constraints162
Chapter 7. Proportionality<
I. Underlying Assumptions of the Principle of Proportionality169
II.Proportionality in the Conduct of War170
III.Proportionality and Nuclear Arms175
IV.Proportionality and Biological Arms177
V.Proportionality and Chemical Arms180
VI.The Principle of Double Effect183
VII.Conclusion187
Chapter 8.Discrimination
I.Introduction190
II. Noncombatant Immunity190
III.Nuclear Weapons196
IV.Mines202
V.Targeting204
VI.Contemporary Changes206
PART IV. CASES
Chapter 9. The Gulf War, 1990-1991
I.War Begins213
II.JUS AD BELLUM219
III.JUS IN BELLO226
Chapter 10 The NATO Intervention in the Kosovo Crisis
I. Presentation of Case233
II.Just Cause237
III.Right Intentions239
IV.Legitimate Authority242
V.Last Resort244
VI.Likelihood of Success248
VII. Proportionality (ad bellum)253
VIII.Discrimination256
IX.Proportionality (in bello)259
X.Conclusion261
Chapter 11.NATO’s Intervention in the Kosovo Crisis: Whose Justice?
I.Just Cause?264
II.Legitimate Authority?267
III.Right Intentions?270
IV.Reasonable Chance of Success?272
V.Last Resort?276
VI.Proportionality? 279
VII.Winning Ugly?282
VIII.Conclusions285
Chapter 12.The First Russian-Chechen War 1994-96
I. Chechnya: People and History288
II.Just Cause and Last Resort294
III.Right Intentions305
IV.Legitimate Authority309
V.Reasonable Chance of Success312
VI.Proportionality314
VII.Principles of Proportionality and Discrimination315
VIII.Conclusions319
Chapter 13. Concluding Comments
I.Realism, Pacifism and Militarism Revisited323
II.Just War Theory and Excessive Optimism329
III.Excessive Pessimism335
IV.A Universal Theory?338
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