The Political Economy of Human Rights Enforcement: Moral And Intellectual Leadership In The Context Of Global Hegemony: Moral And Intellectual Leaders by I. ManokhaThe Political Economy of Human Rights Enforcement: Moral And Intellectual Leadership In The Context Of Global Hegemony: Moral And Intellectual Leaders by I. Manokha

The Political Economy of Human Rights Enforcement: Moral And Intellectual Leadership In The Context…

byI. Manokha

Hardcover | May 30, 2008

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This book examines humanitarian interventions in the post-Cold War era in the context of the development of global capitalism. It argues that it is often our duty to use force to uphold human rights, but that attempts to promote and protect these rights can unintentionally contribute to the perpetuation of poverty and poverty-related problems.
IVAN MANOKHA is Head of Masters in International Affairs, Institut d'Etudes Politiques, France. His research interests include the historical development of the concept of human rights and its relationship with capitalism, the Just War Theory, humanitarian intervention in the late-modern global political economy, and business ethics.
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Title:The Political Economy of Human Rights Enforcement: Moral And Intellectual Leadership In The Context…Format:HardcoverDimensions:280 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.81 inPublished:May 30, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023055072X

ISBN - 13:9780230550728

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Table of Contents

Introduction What Do We Know About Humanitarian Intervention from the Existing Literature? History of Intervention: From Just War Theory to Modern Humanitarianism What is 'Global' About Globalization? Humanitarian Intervention and Moral and Intellectual Leadership in the Context of Global Hegemony The Ethics of Humanitarian Intervention in the Context of Global Capitalism Conclusion