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Frei, Stahl, & Weinke: Human Rights and Humanitarian Intervention: Legitimizing the Use of Force since the 1970s
Frei, Stahl, & Weinke: Human Rights and Humanitarian Intervention: Legitimizing the Use of Force since the 1970s

Frei, Stahl, & Weinke: Human Rights and Humanitarian Intervention: Legitimizing the Use of Force since the 1970s

Frei, Stahl, & Weinke: Human Rights and Humanitarian Intervention: Legitimizing the Use of Force since the 1970s

Norbert Frei (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena – History), Daniel Stahl (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena – History), & Annette Weinke (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena – History) have published Human Rights and Humanitarian Intervention: Legitimizing the Use of Force since the 1970s (Wallstein Verlag 2017). Contents include:
  • Daniel Stahl & Annette Weinke, Intervening in the Name of Human Rights. On the History of an Argument
  • Bronwyn Leebaw, Legitimating Interventions. Humanitarianism and Human Rights
  • Eleanor Davey, The Language of ingérence. Interventionist Debates in France, 1970s – 1990s
  • Jan Eckel, Humanitarian Intervention as Global Governance. Western Governments and Suffering »Others« before and after 1990
  • Julian Bourg, From the Left Bank to Libya. The New Philosophy and Humanitarianism
  • Robert Albro, Culture’s Iron Cage. U.S. Anthropology, Human Rights, and the Recalcitrant Defense Intellectual
  • Matthias Nass, Halabja, Rwanda, Srebrenica. The Media and the Case for Interventionism
  • Andrea Böhm, From Success to Crisis. Human Rights and the Transformation of the Media since the Late Twentieth Century
  • Patricia Daley, Celebrities, Geo-Economics, and Humanitarianism. The Significance of Racialized Hierarchies
  • Fabian Klose, Protecting Universal Rights through Intervention. International Law Debates from the 1930s to the 1980s
  • Oliver Jütersonke, Responsibility to Protect and Tû-Tû Concepts. A Legal-Realist Contribution
  • Gerd Hankel, Claus Kress, & Annette Weinke, The Slow Pace of International Law. A Conversation about the Past and Future of Humanitarian Intervention

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