Lexington Books (2013)

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Neal Leavitt
Boston University
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This book describes the foreign policy of John Rawls and Amartya Sen while building up towards a policy recommendation. By redirecting some military spending to development goals, the core needs of more civilians can be better met – while simultaneously advancing human security.
Keywords human rights  nuclear weapons  nuclear disarmament  political realism  political economy  international justice  the supreme emergency exemption  foreign aid  reciprocity  cosmopolitanism
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ISBN(s) 9780739181768   9781498515474   1498515479   0739181769
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