Ethics and international affairs: extent and limits [Book Review]

Anthony J. Langlois

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    This stimulating and wide-ranging book has emerged out of the Peace and Governance Program of
    the United Nations University (Tokyo). It contains 11 essays (including the introduction and
    conclusion) by a variety of significant voices within the ethics/international relations (IR) field. In
    addition to the editors, who contribute the introductory essay, we hear from Friedreich Kratochwil (on
    jurisprudential diagnostics), Roberto Toscano (on diplomacy), Pierre Hassner (on violence), David
    Campbell (on the ethical relation, Bosnia and Kosovo), Jack Donnelly (on human rights), Oran R.
    Young (on environmental ethics), Kimberly Hutchings (on feminism), Mark Gibney (on refugees),
    Ethan B. Kapstein (on globalisation) and Nicholas Rengger (who provides a concluding reflection and
    positioning of the preceding essays).
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)171-171
    Number of pages1
    JournalAustralian Journal of Political Science
    Issue number1
    Publication statusPublished - 2003


    • review
    • ethics
    • international relations (IR)
    • governance


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