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Author May, Larry.

Title After War Ends : a Philosophical Perspective
Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012
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Contents Cover; AFTER WAR ENDS; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; CHAPTER 1: Introduction: Normative principles of jus post bellum; 1.1 HOW SHOULD WE UNDERSTAND JUS POST BELLUM?; 1.2 TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE AND MEIONEXIA; 1.3 PEACE AS THE OBJECT OF WAR; 1.4 AGGRESSORS AND DEFENDERS; 1.5 PRINCIPLES OF JUS POST BELLUM; 1.6 SUMMARY OF THE ARGUMENTS OF THE REMAINING CHAPTERS; PART I: Retribution; CHAPTER 2: Grotius, sovereignty, and the indictment of Al Bashir; 2.1 MORALITY AND JUS POST BELLUM PRINCIPLES; 2.2 BASHIR AND THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEM
2.3 INDICTMENT AND ARREST INSTITUTIONS IN JUS POST BELLUM2.4 AMNESTIES AND PARDONS; 2.5 OBJECTIONS; CHAPTER 3: Transitional justice and the Just War tradition; 3.1 THE SIXTEENTH-CENTURY IDEAS OF JUS POST BELLUM; 3.2 GROTIUS ON PROMOTING PEACE AND PROTECTING RIGHTS; 3.3 VATTEL'S SOLUTION TO WHEN THE PRINCIPLES CONFLICT; 3.4 OBJECTIONS; CHAPTER 4: War crimes trials during and after war; 4.1 THE JUST WAR TRADITION; 4.2 A DEFENSE OF WAR CRIMES TRIALS; 4.3 THE MY LAI PROSECUTION AND MORE RECENT TRIALS; 4.4 WAR CRIMES TRIALS AND JUS POST BELLUM PRINCIPLES; 4.5 OBJECTIONS; PART II: Reconciliation
8.5 FOUR PROBLEMSCHAPTER 9: Responsibility to rebuild as a limitation on initiating war; 9.1 LIMITATIONS ON INITIATING WAR; 9.2 REBUILDING AS A JUS POST BELLUM PRINCIPLE; 9.3 INITIATING WAR AND REBUILDING; 9.4 OBJECTIONS; PART IV: Restitution and reparation; CHAPTER 10: Restitution and restoration in jus post bellum; 10.1 RESTORATION, RECTIFICATION, AND STATUS QUO ANTE; 10.2 THE CONCEPT OF RESTITUTION; 10.3 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN THE AFTERMATH OF WAR; 10.4 WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?; 10.5 OBJECTIONS; CHAPTER 11: A Grotian account of reparations; 11.1 AN ACCOUNT OF REPARATIONS
CHAPTER 5: Reconciliation of warring parties5.1 A CONCEPTION OF RECONCILIATION; 5.2 ATTITUDES TOWARD SOLDIERS WHO PARTICIPATE IN UNJUST WARS; 5.3 ASSIMILATION OF SOLDIERS AFTER WAR ENDS; 5.4 FORMULATING NORMATIVE RECONCILIATION PRINCIPLES; 5.5 TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION COMMISSIONS AND LUSTRATION; 5.6 OBJECTIONS; CHAPTER 6: Reconciliation and the rule of law; 6.1 RECONCILIATION AND THE RULE OF LAW; 6.2 REFORMING CRIMINAL TRIALS IN LIGHT OF JUS POST BELLUM; 6.3 NONTRADITIONAL TRIALS; 6.4 INSTILLING RESPECT FOR PERSONS AND LAW; 6.5 OBJECTIONS
CHAPTER 7: Conflicting responsibilities to protect human rights7.1 RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT AND HUMAN RIGHTS; 7.2 STATE RESPONSIBILITY AND THE USE OF FORCE; 7.3 HUMAN RIGHTS RISKS OF THE USE OF FORCE; 7.4 ADJUDICATING CONFLICTS INVOLVING HUMAN RIGHTS; 7.5 OBJECTIONS; PART III: Rebuilding; CHAPTER 8: Responsibility to rebuild and collective responsibility; 8.1 HISTORICAL ROOTS OF THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT; 8.2 DISTRIBUTIVE AND NONDISTRIBUTIVE RESPONSIBILITIES OF STATES; 8.3 RESPONSIBILITY TO BUILD OR REBUILD CAPACITY; 8.4 CONFLICTING NORMS OF SOVEREIGNTY AND PROTECTION OF RIGHTS
Summary This is the first book-length treatment of justice after war ends. Larry May combines here both philosophical and legal analysis
Notes 11.2 reparations at the end of war
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Consequentialism (Ethics)
International relations -- Philosophy.
Just war doctrine.
Postwar reconstruction -- Moral and ethical aspects
Restorative justice.
War reparations.
War -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Consequentialism (Ethics)
Gerechter Krieg
Gerechtigkeit
International relations -- Philosophy.
Just war doctrine.
Nachkriegszeit
PHILOSOPHY -- Political.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- General.
Politische Philosophie
Rechtsphilosophie
Restorative justice.
War reparations.
War -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1139088106
1139377396
1139380257
9781139088107
9781139377393
9781139380256