Routledge handbook of ethics and international relations

Ethics and International Relations (IR), once considered along the margins of the IR field, has emerged as one of the most eclectic and interdisciplinary research areas today. Yet the same diversity that enriches this field also makes it a difficult one to characterize. Is it, or should it only be,...

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Other Authors: Heinze, Eric A. (Editor); Steele, Brent J. (Editor)
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Published: Boca Raton, FL Routledge, an imprint of Taylor and Francis 2018
Enclosed titles:chapter Introduction: ethics and international relations – an evolving conversation  (Brent J. Steele --)
chapter 1 A history of ethics in international relations  (Kimberly Hutchings --)
part PART I: Philosophical foundations -- ; chapter Philosophical foundations of international ethics  (Joy Gordon --)
chapter 2 Kantian themes in ethics and international relations  (Matthew Lindauer --)
chapter 3 Global egalitarianism: cosmopolitanism and statism  (Kok-Chor Tan --)
chapter 4 Collective responsibility and joint criminal enterprise David Atenasio -- ; chapter 5 Constructing realities in international politics: Latin American views on the construction and implementation of the international norm Responsibility to Protect (R2P)  (Raúl Salgado Espinoza --)
chapter 6 Agency, explanation and ethics in international relations  (Damian Cox --)
part PART II International relations theory -- ; chapter International relations theory: what place for ethics?  (Fiona Robinson --)
chapter 7 Hunting the state of nature: race and ethics in postcolonial international relations  (Ajay Parasram --)
chapter 8 Social constructivism and international ethics  (Jonathan Havercroft --)
chapter 9 Truth and power, uncertainty and catastrophe: ethics in international relations realism  (Andrew R. Hom --)
chapter 10 Ethics and feminist international relations theory  (Elisabeth Porter --)
chapter 11 Critical international ethics: knowing/acting differently  (Kate Schick --)
part PART III International security and just war -- ; chapter Security and the ethics of war  (Cian O’Driscoll --)
chapter 12 Morgenthau and the ethics of realism  (Seán Molloy --)
chapter 13 Ethics and critical security studies Matt McDonald -- ; chapter 14 Tradition-based approaches to the study of the ethics of war  (Rosemary B. Kellison --)
chapter 15 How should just war theory be revised? Reductive versus relational individualism  (John W. Lango --)
chapter 16 Critical approaches to the ethics of war  (Amy E. Eckert --)
part PART IV: Justice, rights and global governance -- ; chapter Ethics and institutions  (Anthony F. Lang, Jr --)
chapter 17 Historical context  (Beate Jahn --)
chapter 18 Justice: constitution and critique  (Antonio Franceschet --)
chapter 19 The ethical terrain of international human rights: from invoking dignity to practising recognition  (Patrick Hayden --)
chapter 20 International law and ethics  (Andrea Birdsall --)
part PART V: International intervention -- ; chapter Ethics and international intervention  (James Pattison --)
chapter 21 Historical thinking about human protection: insights from Vattel  (Luke Glanville --)
chapter 22 The global ethics of humanitarian action  (Hugo Slim --)
chapter 23 The Responsibility to Protect: the evolution of a hollow norm  (Aidan Hehir --)
chapter 24 Right intent in humanitarian intervention  (Fernando R. Tesón --)
part PART VI Environment, health and migration: the ethics of vulnerability -- ; chapter The ethics of vulnerability in international relations  (Debra L. DeLaet --)
chapter 25 Transnational migration and the construction of vulnerability  (Michele L. Statz --)
chapter 26 At a crossroads: health and vulnerability in the era of HIV  (Elizabeth Mills --)
chapter 27 Climate change, sustainable development, and vulnerability  (Tabitha M. Benney --)
chapter 28 Climate change and island populations  (Carol Farbotko --)
part PART VII Ethics and the global economy -- ; chapter International political economy and the ethics of a global economy  (James Brassett --)
chapter 29 The ethics of alternative finance: governing, resisting, and rethinking the limits of finance  (Chris D. Clarke --)
chapter 30 Decolonial global justice: a critique of the ethics of the global economy  (Puneet Dhaliwal --)
chapter 31 Gender, nature, and the ethics of finance in a racialised global (political) economy  (Penny Griffin --)
chapter 32 Biofuels and the ethics of global governance: experimentalism, disagreement, politics  (James Brassett --)
part PART VIII: Religion and international ethics -- ; chapter The significance of religious ethics in international politics  (Cecelia M. Lynch --)
chapter 33 Adam Smith’s ambiguous theodicy and the ethics of international political economy  (David L. Blaney --)
chapter 34 Religion, emotions and conflict escalation  (Mona Kanwal Sheikh --)
chapter 35 Solidarity beyond religious and secular: multiple ontologies as an ethical framework in the politics of forced displacement  (Erin K. Wilson --)
chapter 36 Ethics from the underside  (William Ackah --)
chapter 37 Ibn Khaldun and the wealth of civilizations  (Mustapha Kamal Pasha --)
chapter 38 The futures of ethics and international relations  (Dan Bulley)
Edition:First edition
Further subjects:B International relations Moral and ethical aspects
B Rosenthal
B Global Ethics
B Ethics And International Affairs
B Mervyn Frost
B Electronic books
B Terry Nardin
B Brent J Steele
B Ir Theory
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Summary:Ethics and International Relations (IR), once considered along the margins of the IR field, has emerged as one of the most eclectic and interdisciplinary research areas today. Yet the same diversity that enriches this field also makes it a difficult one to characterize. Is it, or should it only be, the social-scientific pursuit of explaining and understanding how ethics influences the behaviours of actors in international relations? Or, should it be a field characterized by what the world should be like, based on philosophical, normative and policy-based arguments? This Handbook suggests that it can actually be both, as the contributions contained therein demonstrate how those two conceptions of Ethics and International Relations are inherently linked. Drawing together a diverse range of scholars, the Routledge Handbook of Ethics and International Relations provides a cutting-edge overview of the field by bringing together these eclectic, albeit dynamic, themes and topics. It will be an essential resource for students and scholars alike.Environment, Health and Migration Global EconomicsInternational Relations TheoryInternational Security and Just WarInternational InterventionJustice, Rights and Global GovernancePhilosophical ResourcesReligious Traditions Seeking to both provide an overview of the field and to drive debates forward, this Handbook is framed by an opening chapter providing a concise and accessible overview of the complex history of the field of Ethics and IR, and a conclusion that discusses how the field may progress in the future and what subjects are likely to rise to prominence
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.4324/9781315725932