Saturday, 19 May 2012

At the pointy end of the bayonet conundrum

Graeme Dobell looks at humanitarian intervention in theory and practice

The moral from all this in considering the bayonet conundrum is mixed and conditional: when the military and morality merge at the point of intervention, muddle and morass can mingle in with the proper use of might.
He also looks at these:

Humanitarian Intervention and the United Nations
By Norrie MacQueen
Edinburgh University Press | $145.95
Can Intervention Work?
By Rory Stewart and Gerald Knaus
Norton | $29.95

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