Forces for Good? Cosmopolitan Militaries in the 21st Century

 Forces for Good? Cosmopolitan Militaries in the 21st Century

Author/s (editor/s):

Lorraine Elliott, Graeme Cheeseman

Publication year:

2004

Publication type:

Book

Lorraine Elliott and Graeme Cheeseman, eds, Forces for Good? Cosmopolitan Militaries in the 21st Century, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2004.

This book explores how governments, militaries and institutions respond to cosmopolitan debates about solidarity and the use of force to defend distant strangers against tyranny and the abuse of human rights. In a series of case studies, the book explores the normative, political and operational consequences for military forces of the proposition that they can and perhaps should be used in pursuit of cosmopolitan values and objectives.

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