Peacemaking: Moral and Policy Challenges for a New World

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Gerard F. Powers, Drew Christiansen, Robert T. Hennemeyer
Georgetown University Press, 1994 - 362 страница

Distinguished theologians, policymakers, military strategists, political scientists, economists, ethicists, and peace advocates explore the moral and religious dimensions of the challenges involved in shaping a just and peaceful post-Cold War world. Topics include morality and foreign policy; human rights, self determination, and sustainable development; global institutions; the use of force; and education and action for peace.

Distributed for the United States Catholic Conference

 

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Preface
1
Theology Morality and Foreign Policy
8
in a New World
15
The Illusion of Control
27
Framework
41
Policy After Containment
57
Human Rights SelfDetermination
71
Religious Nationalism and Human Rights
85
Ethical Dilemmas in the Use of Force in
175
Developing the JustWar Tradition in
189
Casuistry Pacifism and the JustWar Tradition
199
Intervention
215
Its Possibilities
229
The Challenge of Peace and Stability in
239
Education for Peacemaking
269
The Challenge of Conscience
275

Jean Bethke Elshtain
97
Peace and the Moral Imperative of Democracy
105
9
117
The Political Economy
133
Strengthening Global Institutions
149
Action for the Future
165
Pastoral Response to the Ongoing
289
Conclusion
299
About the Authors
347
About the Editors
353
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