Terrorism and international justice

pt. I. What is the nature and rhetoric of terrorism? Murderers, not warriors: the moral distinction between terrorists and legitimate fighters in asymmetric conflicts / Shannon E. French ; The terrorism of "terrorism" / Tomis Kapitan -- pt. II. Who are the terrorists, and why do they hate?...

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Other Authors: Sterba, James P. (Editor)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: New York, NY [u.a.] Oxford University Press 2003
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Summary:pt. I. What is the nature and rhetoric of terrorism? Murderers, not warriors: the moral distinction between terrorists and legitimate fighters in asymmetric conflicts / Shannon E. French ; The terrorism of "terrorism" / Tomis Kapitan -- pt. II. Who are the terrorists, and why do they hate? Terror and just response / Noam Chomsky ; Narratives competing for our souls / David B. Burrell ; The war against pluralism / Robert L. Phillips ; Can a Muslim be a terrorist? / Zayn Kassam -- pt. III. What is a morally justified response to terrorism? The moral response to terrorism and cosmopolitanism / Louis P. Pojman ; Envisioning a global rule of law / Daniele Archibugi and Iris Marion Young ; Making war on terrorism in response to 9/11 / Claudia Card ; Terrorism, war, and empire / Richard W. Miller ; Terrorism and international justice / James P. Sterba ; Compassion and terror / Martha C. Nussbaum
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references
Physical Description:XIV, 252 S. 21 cm
ISBN:9780195158885
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