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Dangerous ontologies : the ethos of survival and ethical theorising in international relations
The article responds to a recent call for a more systematic interrogation of the persistence of the dichotomous relation between ethics and International Relations. The addition of ethics intoExpand
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Ethics and international relations
Notes on the Contributors Introduction: Ethics and International Relations: Beyond Dichotomies H.Seckinelgin & H.Shinoda The Possibility of a Cosmopolitan Ethical Order Based on the Idea UniversalExpand
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Chapter 5 : The Principle of Local Ownership as a Bridge between International and Domestic Actors in Peacebuilding
Regarding the task of exploring “indigenous methods of conflict resolution and peace building,” this chapter is not directly aimed at identifying examples of useful indigenous methods for conflictExpand
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Achieving satisfactory contractual terms for the engineer's role
An international survey of clients, consultants and contractors produced wide-ranging data on the views of users of the FIDIC form of contract. The purpose of the survey was to elicit views on aExpand
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Towards New Constitutional Sovereignty
In this chapter we shall examine the discourses on sovereignty in the 1970s and 1980s. We shall see that this period marks a new trend in the understanding of sovereignty. For a long timeExpand
Human Rights, Democracy and Peace in International Constitutionalism of Universal International Society
This essay seeks to examine the historical and theoretical contexts in which human rights norms are institutionalized in contemporary international society. This essay argues that it is almostExpand
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Peace-building and State-building from the Perspective of the Historical Development of International Society
This article examines the relationship between post-conflict peacebuilding and state-building in the context of the process of the expansion and transformation of “world international society.”1 ItExpand
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