Moral claims in world affairs
Establishing national needs and the policies that flow from them as not only contingent or expedient, but also 'right' and 'due' is meant to lend them a special and pervasive force, and practitioners of world affairs are prone to invest even their most commonplace behaviour with a sense of moral sanctity. This collection of essays explores in general terms the nature of the moral claims common in global politics and the phenomenon of partisan cosmopolitanism in particular. Detailed discussions...[Show more]
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