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Muscular humanitarianism: reading the narratives of the new interventionism
As a result of the decision by NATO to use force in response to the Kosovo crisis, issues about the legality and morality of humanitarian intervention have again begun to dominate the internationalExpand
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International Authority and the Responsibility to Protect
1. Protection in the shadow of empire 2. Practices of protection: from the parliament of man to international executive rule 3. How to recognise lawful authority: Hobbes, Schmitt and theExpand
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Feminism, imperialism and the mission of international law
This special issue of the Nordic Journal of International Law is testimony to the range of international interventions that have been enabled by the energies and insights of feminism. Each of theExpand
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Reading Humanitarian Intervention: Human Rights and the Use of Force in International Law
Orford provides critical readings of the narratives that accompanied military interventions and shaped legal justifications for the use of force by the international community during the 1990s. WhileExpand
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Globalization and the Right to Development
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Reassessing international humanitarianism: the dark sides
• First, a commitment to engagement with the world, engagement by our government, and, perhaps more important, engagement by our citizenry. • Second, a commitment to multilateralism andExpand
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Beyond Harmonization: Trade, Human Rights and the Economy of Sacrifice
  • Anne Orford
  • Political Science
  • Leiden Journal of International Law
  • 28 June 2004
This article engages with the current internationalist debate about the ‘linkage’ or the proper relationship of trade and human rights law. The debate, as played out in activist commentary, scholarlyExpand
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Reading Humanitarian Intervention: Preface
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