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Title:
Comparative just war theory : an introduction to international perspectives
Publication Information:
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2020]

©2020
ISBN:
9781538125144
Physical Description:
xvi, 267 pages ; 24 cm.
Series:
Explorations in contemporary social-political philosophy
Language:
English
Contents:
Foreword : Ethics and war in a globalized world / Alex J. Bellamy -- Introduction : International and comparative perspectives to just war theory / Danny Singh and Luis Cordeiro-Rodrigues -- Anarchism and just war theory / Nathan Jun -- "The only justifiable war" : the Marxist strategies of Lenin, Trotsky, and Blanco / Andrew Ryder -- A pacifist critique of just war theory / Richard Jackson -- Undertaking critical legal theory to examine just war intervention : a smokescreen for political ambitions / Danny Singh -- An examination of Nigerian, Sri Lankan, and Guatemalan civil wars in light of the law of armed conflict / Jonathan O. Chimakonam and Victor C.A. Nweke -- African feminists' critique of just wars and the reality of African women in wars / Olajumoke M. Akiode -- Feminist care political theory and contemporary just war theory / Heleana Theixos -- An African theory of just causes for war / Thaddeus Metz -- The classical Confucian ideas of Jus ad bellum / Cao Qin -- Just war and the Indian tradition : arguments from the battlefield / Shyam Ranganathan -- The Islamic war ethic in theory and practice / Davis Brown -- Just war thinking in Chinese Buddhism / Tong Sau Lin and King-Fai Tam.
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