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International Law - Examples & Explanations, 2e (Paperback, 2nd ed.): Epps, Valerie Epps, Lorie Graham International Law - Examples & Explanations, 2e (Paperback, 2nd ed.)
Epps, Valerie Epps, Lorie Graham
R1,446 Discovery Miles 14 460 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Sticks and Stones - Living with Uncertain Wars (Paperback, Annotated edition): Padraig O'Malley, Paul L. Atwood, Patricia... Sticks and Stones - Living with Uncertain Wars (Paperback, Annotated edition)
Padraig O'Malley, Paul L. Atwood, Patricia R Peterson; J. Brian Atwood, Susan J. Atwood, …
R739 R559 Discovery Miles 5 590 Save R180 (24%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Albert Einstein famously remarked that he did not know what weapons would be used in World War III, but World War IV would be fought with sticks and stones. In this volume, a distinguished group of scholars, government officials, politicians, journalists, and statesmen examine what can be learned from the wars of the twentieth century, and how that knowledge might help us as we step ever so perilously into the twenty-first. Following an introduction by Padraig O'Malley, the book is divided into four sections: Understanding the World as We Have Known It; Global Uncertainties; Whose Values? Whose Justice?; and Shaping a New World. The first section reviews what we have learned about war and establishes benchmarks for judging whether that knowledge is being translated into changes in the behaviour of our political cultures. It suggests that the world's premier superpower, in its effort to promote Western-style democracy, has taken steps that have inhibited rather than facilitated democratization. The second section examines the war on terror and the concept of global war. From the essays in this section emerges a consensus that democracy as practiced in the West cannot be exported to countries with radically different cultures, traditions, and values. The third section visits the question of means and ends in the context of varying value systems and of theocracy, democracy, and culture. In the final section, the focus shifts to our need for global institutions to maintain order and assist change in the twenty-first century. Although each contributor comes from a different starting point, speaks with a different voice, and has a different ideological perspective, the essays reach startlingly similar conclusions. In sum, they find that the West has not absorbed the lessons from the wars of the last century, and is inadequately prepared to meet the new challenges that now confront us.

International Law (Paperback): Valerie Epps International Law (Paperback)
Valerie Epps
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