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Document Type:BL
Record Number:104499
Doc. No:b62044
Main Entry:Kerton-Johnson, Nicholas.
Title & Author:Justifying America's wars :the conduct and practice of US military intervention /Nicholas Kerton-Johnson.
Publication Statement:London ;New York :Routledge,2011.
Series Statement :Contemporary security studies
Page. NO:xiv, 191 p. :ill. ;24 cm.
ISBN:9780415561686 (hardcover)
041556168X (hardcover)
9780203861677 (ebook)
0203861671 (ebook)
Notes:"Simultaneously published in the USA and Canada"--T.p. verso.
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:Legitimacy in international relations -- Some methodological points -- An initial note on the cases -- Setting the context : intervention and norms in international society -- 1945-1990 -- 1990-2001 -- 2001 onwards -- Intervention norms and international society -- The Gulf War -- Background to the war -- President Bush's justifications for intervention -- UNSC -- The move to war -- The practice of intervention -- Post-war rebellion and safe-havens -- Conclusion: Old or new norms advanced? -- The Kosovo intervention -- Background and UNSC -- President Clinton's justifications for intervention -- The practice of intervention -- A humanitarian shift in international society? -- The intervention in Afghanistan -- Background to the intervention -- President Bush's justifications for the intervention -- UNSC -- The practice of intervention -- The Iraq War -- President Bush's justifications for the intervention -- UNSC -- The practice of intervention -- Revisiting the cases -- Justifications across the cases : a core legitimating norm? -- Practice across cases : standard practice? A shifting international society?
Subject:Intervention (International law)
Subject:Just war doctrine.
Subject:Intervention (International law), Case studies.
Subject:Just war doctrine, Case studies.
Subject:Persian Gulf War, 1991.
Subject:Kosovo War, 1998-1999.
Subject:Afghan War, 2001-
Subject:Iraq War, 2003-2011.
Subject:United States, Military policy.
Subject:United States, Military policy, Case studies.
Dewey Classification:‭355/.033573‬
LC Classification:‭UA23‬‭.K414 2011‬