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From Just War To Just Intervention, Susan J. Atwood Sep 2003

From Just War To Just Intervention, Susan J. Atwood

New England Journal of Public Policy

What is Just War? What is Just Intervention? This paper examines the evolution of the criteria for Just War from its origins in the early Christian church to the twenty-first century. The end of the Cold War era has expanded the discussion to include grounds for intervention. Indeed, in the 1990s, a number of multilateral interventions took place on humanitarian grounds. But the debate is ongoing about whether the criteria applied in the Just War theory — proper authority, just cause, and right intent — remain valid in an era of Just Intervention. The author examines as case studies some multilateral interventions ...


Pace, Pearl Eagle (Carter), 1896-1970 (Mss 114), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jun 2003

Pace, Pearl Eagle (Carter), 1896-1970 (Mss 114), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 114. Correspondence, business papers, and speeches of Monroe County, Kentucky native Pearl Eagle (Carter) Pace. Includes materials concerning Republican National Committee and Foreign Claims Settlement Commission; civic, religious, political and professional organizations in Kentucky and Washington, D.C. Also includes some Cumberland County, Kentucky records.


Trends. Science Is Apolitical As Political, Editor Mar 2003

Trends. Science Is Apolitical As Political, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This Trends article discusses the nature of science from a political psychological perspective.


Environmentalism In Indonesian Politics, Robert Cribb Jan 2003

Environmentalism In Indonesian Politics, Robert Cribb

Robert Cribb

Environmential politics emerged in Indonesia during the autheoritarian Suharto era. Rather than being a reaction to Suharto's predatory approach to the environment, many environmental policies were closely tied to the managerial, technocratic and campaign-oriented approach of the New Order.


Cuban Communism And Cuban Studies: The Political Career Of An Anthology, Irving Louis Horowitz Jan 2003

Cuban Communism And Cuban Studies: The Political Career Of An Anthology, Irving Louis Horowitz

Institute for Cuban & Cuban-American Studies Occasional Papers

ICCAS Occasional Paper Series September 2003