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.
New essays on philosophical, legal, and moral aspects of armed humanitarian intervention, including discussion of the 2011 bombing in Libya.
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).
'... a useful collection of insightful perspectives and important
contributions to AHI debates.' Amanda Cawston, The Philosophical
"... a useful collection of insightful perspectives and important contributions to AHI debates." Amanda Cawston, The Philosophical Quarterly