All Necessary Measures

Carrie Booth Walling posits that the arguments Security Council members make about the cause and character of conflict and the source of sovereign authority in target states matter: they enable or constrain the use of military force in defense of human rights.

All Necessary Measures
The United Nations and Humanitarian Intervention

Carrie Booth Walling

2013 | 320 pages | Cloth $75.00
Law | Political Science
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Constructing Humanitarian Intervention
Chapter 2. The Emergence of Human Rights Discourse in the Security Council: Domestic Repression in Iraq, 1990-1992
Chapter 3. State Collapse in Somalia and the Emergence of Humanitarian Intervention
Chapter 4. From Nonintervention to Humanitarian Intervention: Contested Stories About Sovereignty and Victimhood in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Chapter 5. The Perpetrator State and Security Council Inaction: The Case of Rwanda
Chapter 6. International Law, Human Rights, and State Sovereignty: The Security Council Response to Killings in Kosovo
Chapter 7. Complex Conflicts and Obstacles to Rescue in Darfur, Sudan
Chapter 8. The Responsibility to Protect, Individual Criminal Accountability, and Humanitarian Intervention in Libya
Chapter 9. Causal Stories, Human Rights, and the Evolution of Sovereignty

Notes
Index
Acknowledgments