The emergence of humanitarian intervention : ideas and practice from the nineteenth century to the present /

"How should the international community react when a government transgresses humanitarian norms and violates the human rights of its own nationals? And where does the responsibility lie to protect people from such acts of violation? In a profound new study, Fabian Klose unites a team of leading...

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Imprint:Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, [2016]
Description:1 online resource (ix, 364 pages) : illustrations
Language:English
Series:Human rights in history
Human rights in history.
Subject:Humanitarian intervention.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Government -- International.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- International Relations -- General.
Humanitarian intervention.
Humanitäre Intervention
Humanitär intervention.
Mänskliga rättigheter.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12645839
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Other authors / contributors:Klose, Fabian, editor.
ISBN:9781316439340
1316439348
9781139871815
1139871811
9781316436509
1316436500
9781107075511
1107075513
9781107428317
1316434370
9781316434376
1316435083
9781316435083
1316435792
9781316435793
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summary:"How should the international community react when a government transgresses humanitarian norms and violates the human rights of its own nationals? And where does the responsibility lie to protect people from such acts of violation? In a profound new study, Fabian Klose unites a team of leading scholars to investigate some of the most complex and controversial debates regarding the legitimacy of protecting humanitarian norms and universal human rights by non-violent and violent means. Charting the development of humanitarian intervention from its origins in the nineteenth century through to the present day, the book surveys the philosophical and legal rationales of enforcing humanitarian norms by military means, and how attitudes to military intervention on humanitarian grounds have changed over the course of three centuries. Drawing from a wide range of disciplines, the authors lend a fresh perspective to contemporary dilemmas using case studies from Europe, the United States, Africa and Asia."--Publisher's website.
Other form:Print version: Emergence of humanitarian intervention 9781107075511
Standard no.:10.1017/CBO9781139871815
40025602118
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Summary:"How should the international community react when a government transgresses humanitarian norms and violates the human rights of its own nationals? And where does the responsibility lie to protect people from such acts of violation? In a profound new study, Fabian Klose unites a team of leading scholars to investigate some of the most complex and controversial debates regarding the legitimacy of protecting humanitarian norms and universal human rights by non-violent and violent means. Charting the development of humanitarian intervention from its origins in the nineteenth century through to the present day, the book surveys the philosophical and legal rationales of enforcing humanitarian norms by military means, and how attitudes to military intervention on humanitarian grounds have changed over the course of three centuries. Drawing from a wide range of disciplines, the authors lend a fresh perspective to contemporary dilemmas using case studies from Europe, the United States, Africa and Asia."--Publisher's website.
Physical Description:1 online resource (ix, 364 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:9781316439340
1316439348
9781139871815
1139871811
9781316436509
1316436500
9781107075511
1107075513
9781107428317
1316434370
9781316434376
1316435083
9781316435083
1316435792
9781316435793