From Humanitarian Intervention to Counterterrorism
Including contributions from a cast of international scholars, this book offers a broad geographical reach. It is based on a multinational and multidisciplinary discussion between American and European researchers and practitioners on the moral, legal and political dilemmas raised by the use of force in today's world.
Introduction; G.Andreani Foreword: Intervention and Human rights; S.Hoffmann; PART I: THE MORALITY OF HAVING RECOURSE TO FORCE; Why and How Intervene? Jus ad bellum and Jus in bello in the New Context; A.Roberts; Modern Application of the Just War Tradition; M.Quinlan; Just War": The Catholic Church Updates its Legacy; C.Mellon; Contradictions of the Just War Doctrine in the Post-Cold War period; A.Colonomos; Post-Conflict Lessons and Ex-Post Legitimacy: Three Propositions; E.Chevallier; PART II: WAR AND COUNTER-TERRORISM; The 'War on Terror' in Historical Perspective; A.Roberts; The War on Terror, a Questionable Concept; G.Andreani; Terror and War; C.Bertram; War and Counter-Terrorism; M.J.Glennon; PART III: LEGITIMACY AND AUTHORITY; Law, Legitimacy and Military Intervention; M.J.Glennon; Military Intervention and sources of Legitimacy; P.Buhler; The United Nations, Multilateralism and International Order; M.Berdal; International Criminal Justice: A Humiliation for States or a Spur to Enhanced Sovereignty?; A.Garapon.