Contemporary Manifestations of an Explosive Doctrine
Routledge – 2009 – 320 pages
Series: New International Relations
This book places humanitarian intervention in a long-term historical context, reconsidering the doctrine's place in international society as well as the principles on which this society is based.
The author provides case studies on Iraq, Somalia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rwanda, Kosovo and Afghanistan, examining the following issues:
1. Theoretical Investigations 2. Humanitarian Intervention in International Politics: Earlier Manifestations of the Doctrine 3. Humanitarian Intervention in International Politics: Contemporary Manifestations of the Doctrine 4. International Society and the Qualified Right of Humanitarian Intervention: Consequences and Perspectives. Conclusion