Graduate studies at Western
Journal of Moral Philosophy 8 (1):92-109 (2011)
|Abstract||There is no denying that international human rights norms are enforced selectively. Some oppressive governments become the targets of military intervention, while the political sovereignty of other, equally oppressive regimes is left intact. My aim in this paper is to determine whether a military operation to defend human rights can possibly be made morally illegitimate by the fact that the state prosecuting it has failed, is failing or will fail to defend human rights under relevantly similar circumstances elsewhere|
|Keywords||INTERNATIONAL LAW HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION COMPARATIVE JUSTICE DUTY OF RESCUE|
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