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Editors: Evans, Mark (University of Wales, Swansea, UK)
Book Description:
This book is designed to introduce readers to a representative range of work which raises what should be regarded as pressing ethical issues in the context of international politics. Although by no means comprehensive in coverage of the possible questions that could be appropriately asked, the chapters convey a sense of how variegated is the field of ethical inquiry in the global realm. Some of the issues are familiar to students of international relations, some of them less so. What they all show, however, is that the academic discipline of international relations has much to learn and benefit from how such problems may be addressed using techniques and approaches that have, until recently, been rather more exclusively restricted to "domestic" - nation-statist - political theory...(From the Introduction)

Table of Contents:
Introduction: Topics in International Political Theory (Mark Evans, University of Wales Swansea); Who Should Pay (And How Much) for Realizing Human Rights? (Brian Orend, University of Waterloo, Ontario); World Citizenship and The Ethics of Individual Responsibility (Mark Evans); World Hunger, Moral Theory, and Radical Rawlsianism (Rodney G. Peffer, University of San Diego); Kids R Us? Children as Political Bodies (Helen Brocklehurst, University of Wales Swansea); Dealing with the Past: Forgiveness and the Reconstruction of Memory in Divided Societies (Andrew Rigby, University of Coventry, UK); Outsourcing Combat: Casualty Phobia and the Externalization of War Crimes (Kateri Carmola, Middlebury College, Vermont); The Revival of Realism in International Politics after September 11 and its Ethical Impact (M. Shamsul Haque, National University of Singapore); Index.

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2004
   ISBN: 1-59033-971-1
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