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The Ethics of Armed Humanitarian Intervention
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1. Introduction Don E. Scheid; Part I. Intervention and Debate: 2. The responsibility to protect and the war in Libya Tzvetan Todorov; 3. Revisiting armed humanitarian intervention: a 25-year retrospective George R. Lucas, Jr; Part II. Moral Perspectives: 4. The moral basis of humanitarian intervention revisited Fernando R. Teson; 5. All or nothing: are there any 'merely permissible' humanitarian interventions? Ned Dobos and C. A. J. Coady; 6. Judging armed humanitarian intervention Helen Frowe; 7. Bombing the beneficiaries: the distribution of the costs of the responsibility to protect and humanitarian intervention James Pattison; Part III. Ideas and Reconsiderations: 8. The costs of war: justice, liability, and the Pottery Barn rule Michael Blake; 9. Humanitarian intervention and the problem of abuse after Libya Luke Glanville; 10. The responsibility to protect and the problem of regime change Alex J. Bellamy; 11. Law, ethics, and the responsibility to protect Michael W. Doyle; 12. Responsibility to protect and the language of crimes: collective action and individual culpability Jennifer M. Welsh; 13. Post-intervention: permissions and prohibitions Brian Orend; 14. Rethinking responsibility to protect: the case for human sovereignty David Rodin.

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New essays on philosophical, legal, and moral aspects of armed humanitarian intervention, including discussion of the 2011 bombing in Libya.

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Don E. Scheid is Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus, at Winona State University. He is co-editor (with Deen K. Chatterjee) of the anthology Ethics and Foreign Intervention (Cambridge University Press, 2003).

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'... a useful collection of insightful perspectives and important contributions to AHI debates.' Amanda Cawston, The Philosophical Quarterly
"... a useful collection of insightful perspectives and important contributions to AHI debates." Amanda Cawston, The Philosophical Quarterly

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