By Bruno Coppieters, Nick Fotion, Ruben Apressyan, Carl Ceulemans, Guy Van Damme, Anthony Hartle, Boris Kashnikov
Simply conflict idea is changing into more and more vital to countries after they consider and perform struggle. This publication acknowledges the timeliness of the subject and so seeks, in concrete historic phrases, to house the difficulty of constraining conflict at the foundation of ethical rules.
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Extra resources for Moral Constraints on War: Principles and Cases
James F. Childress, “Just-War Theories: The Bases, Interrelations, Priorities and Functions of Their Criteria,” in War, Morality, and the Military Profession, 256–76. Childress appeals to what might be called mid-level principles such as nonmaleficence (do not harm), beneficence (help others), and justice to generate the principles of Just War Theory. 55. John Rawls, “The Law of Peoples,” in On Human Rights: The Oxford Amnesty Lectures 1993, ed. Stephen Shute and Susan Hurley (New York: Basic Books, 1993), 41–82.
8 The self-evident character of self-defense does not mean, however, that this issue is without difficulties. A less obvious form of self-defense that goes well beyond resistance against an ongoing aggression is the taking back of something that has been wrongfully seized. Once a fight is over, and the enemy has unjustly obtained its objective, self-defense no longer seems to be the apt concept. Corrective military action to reestablish territorial integrity must now be situated in the realm of delivering justice and must have therefore a more offensive character.
24 Nick Fotion, Bruno Coppieters, and Ruben Apressyan 45. ” 46. John Keegan and Bartle Bull, “The Definition of ‘Civil War’ Is Critical to Iraq’s Future,” Financial Times, November 20, 2006, 13. 47. ’” 48. Hedrey Bull, The Anarchical Society: A Study of Order in World Politics (London: Macmillan, 1977), 184, quoted in Best, War & Law since 1945, 4. 49. On the following see Bruno Coppieters, Ivan Myhul, and Michel Huysseune, introduction to Secession, History, and the Social Sciences, ed. Bruno Coppieters and Michel Huysseune (Brussels: VUB Brussels University Press, 2002), 12–13.
Moral Constraints on War: Principles and Cases by Bruno Coppieters, Nick Fotion, Ruben Apressyan, Carl Ceulemans, Guy Van Damme, Anthony Hartle, Boris Kashnikov