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ETHICS AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

CONTENTS

 
  Preface
  1. AN OUTLINE OF ETHICAL THEORY


  2. What is a Moral Judgement?
    Intuitions and Consequences
    Special Relations and Justice
    The Place of Ideals
    Acts and Omissions and the Principle of Double Effect

  3. THE POLITICAL REALISTS


  4. The Realist Tradition
    Reinhold Niebuhr
    Hans Morgenthau
    George Kennan
    Why Should States be Moral?

  5. ETHICS AND WAR


  6. Pacifism
    The Just War Tradition
    Do the Rules Do Any Good?
    Preventive War

  7. THREE HARD CHOICES


  8. The Return of the Russian Prisoners
    The Use of the Bomb
    Appeasement

  9. DETERRENCE


  10. Threats and Intentions
    The Spectrum of Deterrence
    Nuclear Proliferation

  11. ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT


  12. Lessons of Experience
    Present Dilemmas

  13. THE PROBLEMS OF WORLD ORDER


  14. Premises and Prima Facie Principles
    Future Military Technology and the Balance of Power
    Intervention
    Direct Confrontation
    Justice, Human Rights and the Distribution of Resources
    International Institutions

Notes

Index

 

 

 

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