What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Neutrality Versus Justice, an Essay on International Relations
Aaron Jonah Jacobs
No preview available - 2012
A. J. JACOBS aggression agree agreement for mutual alliance for territorial Allies armaments attack body of nations civilised nations combination compact conflict conquest crime criminal defensive alliance dispensation disputes doubt employment of force enemy enjoy enter the alliance entire existing fellows fighting future Germany guarantee human impossible indispensable condition individual member international justice international law international peace invasion law and order liberty matter means member of society ment military moral munity mutual defence mutual protection national safety necessary neighbours neutrality towards belligerents NEUTRALITY VERSUS JUSTICE non-belligerent obligation obtain organised peace and justice personal violence policy of neutrality possible practice of mutual present primitive principle of mutual proposed punishment purpose question realise reason recognised redress refuse responsibility safety and justice settlement share the duty signatory struggle submit system of justice system of law territorial defence tion treaty for mutual undertaking UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA viduals world-wide