Moralizing International Relations - 
      A. Colonomos
    
      Chris Turner

Moralizing International Relations

Called to Account

A. Colonomos (Oversetter) ; Chris Turner (Oversetter)

«<p>"Combining philosophical depth with topical urgency, the highly original voice of Ariel Colonomos calls for a pragmatic cosmopolitanism in international politics, steering between the twin evils of a cramped realism and the twisted moralism of post-September 11 American unilateralism. At a time when everyone is looking for better ways to integrate practicality with ideals in foreign policy, this book offers stimulating insights to aid that search."</p> <p> - Jack Snyder, Robert and Renée Belfer Professor of International Relations, Columbia University</p> <p>"How has the ethics of international relations been transformed since the fall of the Berlin Wall? Ariel Colonomos takes up the question of how the various actors in the international system - whether nation-states, international organizations, or multinational corporations - can be held responsible for their actions. This book is distinguished in international ethics by its interdisciplinarity and the fruitful dialogue i»

The end of the cold war has paved the way for a series of moral claims that force institutions such as States, International Organizations of Multinationals to justify themselves. What is the effect of this phenomenon on the international relations of the 1990s and beyond. Les mer
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The end of the cold war has paved the way for a series of moral claims that force institutions such as States, International Organizations of Multinationals to justify themselves. What is the effect of this phenomenon on the international relations of the 1990s and beyond.
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Forlag: Palgrave Macmillan
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 261
ISBN: 9781349369904
Format: 22 x 14 cm
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Introduction PART I: A MORAL BREAK? The 1990s Is There any Shame in Being Cynically Realist? PART II: MORALITY IN ACTION The Re-enchanted Critique of Capitalism What Justice for Economic Sanctions? Can Reparation be Made for Historical Injustices? The Fear of Accountability and Calculating the Incalculable PART III: THE TWO CHALLENGES Shared Responsibility Does Cosmopolitanism Have a Future? Conclusion: Pragmatic Revolutionism

Springer Book ArchivesARIEL COLONOMOS is a CNRS senior research fellow at the Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Internationales and a lecturer at Sciences Po in Paris where he teaches international ethics. He has taught at the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) at Columbia University as an associate adjunct professor from 2005 to 2007. He has done significant research on transnational networks in international relations and is now currently involved in a project on the ethics of war.