Response to Reviews by Michael Barnett, Chris Brown and Robert Jackson
Life was simpler in the 1990s, for both scholars and practitioners, when the debate was only about ‘humanitarian intervention’. Th e issue was clearly defi ned – when was it right, morally or legally, to use coercive military force against a sovereign state to halt or avert large scale atrocities occurring, with or without its complicity, within its borders. And the policy options were narrow – send in the Marines, or do nothing. I can well understand Michael Barnett’s lament: this was...[Show more]
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