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Is just intervention morally obligatory?

Glanville, Luke


In this chapter, I outline a defence of the claim that humanitarian intervention, where just, is morally obligatory. I consider some arguments in favour of this proposition and suggest that to the extent that intervention can ever be justified, it is obligatory by virtue of the duties-generating character of human rights. Although some have argued that such a duty is �imperfect� since it does not fall on any potential intervener in particular, I claim not only that the duty can in theory be...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2014
Type: Book chapter


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