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The alternatives to war : from sanctions to nonviolence / James Pattison.

By: Pattison, James, 1980-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JZ6360 .P38 2018Publication: Oxford, United Kingdom ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2018Edition: 1st ed.Description: viii, 260 p.ISBN: 9780198755203; 0198755201.Subject(s): Intervention (International law) | Conflict management | Responsibility to protect (International law) | Sanctions (International law)
Contents:
1. Alternatives to War -- 1.1. Introducing the Measures -- 1.2. Significance of the Analysis -- 1.3. Scope of the Analysis -- 1.4. Road Ahead -- 2. Pragmatic Approach -- 2.1. Four Tests -- 2.2. Pragmatic Approach -- 2.3. Defence of the Pragmatic Approach -- 2.4. Conclusion -- 3. Economic Sanctions -- 3.1. Economic Sanctions Introduced -- 3.2. Deontological Objections to Economic Sanctions -- 3.3. Instrumental Objection to Sanctions: The Ineffectiveness Objection -- 3.4. In Favour of Sanctions: Fairness Introduced -- 3.5. Sanctions and the Doctrine of Doing and Allowing -- 3.6. Conclusion -- 4. Arms Embargoes -- 4.1. Arms Embargoes Introduced -- 4.2. Prima Facie Case for Arms Embargoes -- 4.3. Nonideal Critique of Arms Embargoes -- 4.4. Nonideal Case for Arms Embargoes -- 4.5. Conclusion -- 5. Diplomacy -- 5.1. Case for Diplomatic Criticism -- 5.2. Objections to Diplomatic Criticism -- 5.3. Dialogue -- 5.4. Mediation -- 5.5. Cutting and Downgrading of Diplomatic Ties -- 5.6. Denial of Membership of an International or Regional Body -- 5.7. Conclusion -- 6. Non-violent Resistance -- 6.1. What Is Civilian Peacekeeping? -- 6.2. Prima Facie Case for Civilian Peacekeeping -- 6.3. Objections to Civilian Peacekeeping -- 6.4. Civilian Defence -- 6.5. Conclusion -- 7. Positive Incentives -- 7.1. Use and Meaning of Incentives -- 7.2. Prima Facie Case for Incentives -- 7.3. Case Against Incentives -- 7.4. Incentives: When and How -- 7.5. Amnesties -- 7.6. Conclusion -- 8. Military Assistance -- 8.1. Blanket Ban View and the Case for Arming Rebels -- 8.2. Just Rebellion View and Its Exceptions -- 8.3. General Objections to Arming Rebels -- 8.4. Arming States -- 8.5. Conclusion -- 9. Secondary Measures: Prosecution and Amelioration -- 9.1. Prosecution: International Criminal Justice -- 9.2. Amelioration 1: Refugee Protection -- 9.3. Amelioration 2: Humanitarian Assistance -- 9.4. Conclusion -- 10. Alternatives, Just War Theory, and Pacifism -- 10.1. Alternatives Summarized -- 10.2. Implications for War -- 10.3. Implications for Pacifism -- 10.4. Implications for Just War Theory -- 10.5. Implications for the R2P Doctrine -- 10.6. Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-251) and index.

1. Alternatives to War -- 1.1. Introducing the Measures -- 1.2. Significance of the Analysis -- 1.3. Scope of the Analysis -- 1.4. Road Ahead -- 2. Pragmatic Approach -- 2.1. Four Tests -- 2.2. Pragmatic Approach -- 2.3. Defence of the Pragmatic Approach -- 2.4. Conclusion -- 3. Economic Sanctions -- 3.1. Economic Sanctions Introduced -- 3.2. Deontological Objections to Economic Sanctions -- 3.3. Instrumental Objection to Sanctions: The Ineffectiveness Objection -- 3.4. In Favour of Sanctions: Fairness Introduced -- 3.5. Sanctions and the Doctrine of Doing and Allowing -- 3.6. Conclusion -- 4. Arms Embargoes -- 4.1. Arms Embargoes Introduced -- 4.2. Prima Facie Case for Arms Embargoes -- 4.3. Nonideal Critique of Arms Embargoes -- 4.4. Nonideal Case for Arms Embargoes -- 4.5. Conclusion -- 5. Diplomacy -- 5.1. Case for Diplomatic Criticism -- 5.2. Objections to Diplomatic Criticism -- 5.3. Dialogue -- 5.4. Mediation -- 5.5. Cutting and Downgrading of Diplomatic Ties -- 5.6. Denial of Membership of an International or Regional Body -- 5.7. Conclusion -- 6. Non-violent Resistance -- 6.1. What Is Civilian Peacekeeping? -- 6.2. Prima Facie Case for Civilian Peacekeeping -- 6.3. Objections to Civilian Peacekeeping -- 6.4. Civilian Defence -- 6.5. Conclusion -- 7. Positive Incentives -- 7.1. Use and Meaning of Incentives -- 7.2. Prima Facie Case for Incentives -- 7.3. Case Against Incentives -- 7.4. Incentives: When and How -- 7.5. Amnesties -- 7.6. Conclusion -- 8. Military Assistance -- 8.1. Blanket Ban View and the Case for Arming Rebels -- 8.2. Just Rebellion View and Its Exceptions -- 8.3. General Objections to Arming Rebels -- 8.4. Arming States -- 8.5. Conclusion -- 9. Secondary Measures: Prosecution and Amelioration -- 9.1. Prosecution: International Criminal Justice -- 9.2. Amelioration 1: Refugee Protection -- 9.3. Amelioration 2: Humanitarian Assistance -- 9.4. Conclusion -- 10. Alternatives, Just War Theory, and Pacifism -- 10.1. Alternatives Summarized -- 10.2. Implications for War -- 10.3. Implications for Pacifism -- 10.4. Implications for Just War Theory -- 10.5. Implications for the R2P Doctrine -- 10.6. Conclusion.

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