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Readership: Scholars and students of international relations, political theory,
political philosophy, and international law.
James Pattison, Lecturer in Politics, University of Manchester
"I would recommend this text to all those who want to take the debate surrounding humanitarian intervention-and the responsibility to protect-one step further." - Adrian Gallagher, Political Studies Review
1: The Problem of Who Should Intervene
2: Humanitarian Intervention and International Law
3: Effectiveness and the Moderate Instrumentalist Approach
4: An Intervener's Conduct: Humanitarian Intervention and Jus In Bello
5: Representativeness and Humanitarian Intervention
6: An Intervener's Humanitarian Credentials: Motives, Intentions, and Outcomes
7: Assessing Current Interveners
8: Reforms to the Agents and Mechanisms of Humanitarian Intervention
9: Conclusion: Realizing Legitimate Humanitarian Intervention
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