The state versus the individual in international theory : a critical review of three realist conceptions of world order: Hedley Bull, The Anarchical society - Terry Nardin, Law, morality and the relations of states - Charles R. Beitz, Political theory and international relations
In the following chapters, I will examine how three prominent theorists of international relations justify their conception of world order. Bull, Nardin and Beitz have each developed state-centric theories of world order which, they claim, nevertheless protect the common good of individuals within states: Bull argues the interests of individuals are best served by maintaining order among states; Nardin claims human rights considerations are already implicit in customary...[Show more]
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