Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Scheid: The Ethics of Armed Humanitarian Intervention

Don E. Scheid (Winona State Univ. - Philosophy) has published The Ethics of Armed Humanitarian Intervention (Cambridge Univ. Press 2014). Contents include:
  • Don E. Scheid, Introduction
  • Tzvetan Todorov, The responsibility to protect and the war in Libya
  • George R. Lucas, Jr, Revisiting armed humanitarian intervention: a 25-year retrospective
  • Fernando R. Tesón, The moral basis of humanitarian intervention revisited
  • Ned Dobos & C.A.J. Coady, All or nothing: are there any 'merely permissible' humanitarian interventions?
  • Helen Frowe, Judging armed humanitarian intervention
  • James Pattison, Bombing the beneficiaries: the distribution of the costs of the responsibility to protect and humanitarian intervention
  • Michael Blake, The costs of war: justice, liability, and the pottery barn rule
  • Luke Glanville, Humanitarian intervention and the problem of abuse after Libya
  • Alex J. Bellamy, The responsibility to protect and the problem of regime change
  • Michael W. Doyle, Law, ethics, and the responsibility to protect
  • Jennifer M. Welsh, Responsibility to protect and the language of crimes: collective action and individual culpability
  • Brian Orend, Post-intervention: permissions and prohibitions
  • David Rodin, Rethinking responsibility to protect: the case for human sovereignty