Intervention in World Politics

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Hedley Bull
Clarendon Press, 1986 - Droit international - 198 pages
This book reexamines the underlying themes and motivations of political interventionists in light of current world affairs. Topics addressed include the progress of Soviet intervention in the Third World; the discovery of a new rationale for intervention in access to resources, especially oil; the connection that is made between intervention and human rights, and the resurgence of an old belief in humanitarian intervention; and the spate of interventionary activity occasioned by movements for national liberation. The contributors are Michael Akehurst, Richard A. Falk, Rosalyn Higgins, Stanley Hoffmann, Evan Luard, Edward N. Luttwak, Dominique Moisi, Philip Windsor, and the late Hedley Bull.

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