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Anne Orford, Reading Humanitarian Intervention. Human Rights and the Use of Force in International Law. Cambridge University Press. Humanitarian intervention, despite its claims to moral credibility, makes international ther Afghanistan or Iraq, Anne Orford’s Reading Humanitarian Interven-. Reading Humanitarian Intervention: Human Rights and the Use of Force in International Law by Anne Orford. Dino Kritsiotis. University of.

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Watching East Timor– 2. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. During the s, humanitarian intervention seemed to promise a world in which democracy, self-determination and human rights would be privileged over national interests or imperial ambitions. Imprint Cambridge ; New York: Nielsen Book Data It deserves the widest possible reading, and is a fine complement to the more conventional book[s].

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She brings an intelligent and informed skepticism to claims by governments and international institutions that their use of force in the pursuit of humane ends is beneficial for the peoples that are supposedly being protected from adversity Great Powers and Outlaw States: Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items.

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Table of contents Preface; 1. Orford provides critical readings of the narratives that accompanied such interventions and shaped legal justifications for the use of force by the international community. While she has not made future decisions any easier, her book may contribute to making them better. Misreading the texts of international law; 3.

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Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Bloggat om Rwading Humanitarian Intervention. Theatre of the Rule of Law: The E-mail message field is required. Anne Orford challenges conventional wisdom in a provocative and persuasive manner.

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Cambridge University Press Amazon. Other editions – View all Reading Humanitarian Intervention: You may have already requested this item. Series Cambridge studies in international and comparative law ; Orford provides critical readings of the narratives that accompanied such interventions and shaped legal intervntion for the use of force by the international community.

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SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries. It deserves the widest possible reading, and is a fine complement to the more conventional Other books in this series.

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Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Reading Humanitarian Intervention usefully teases out the relationship between law and power During the s, humanitarian intervention seemed to promise a world in which democracy, self-determination and human rights would be privileged orcord national interests or imperial ambitions. Watching East Timor; 2.

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