Hakan Seckinelgin and Hideaki Shinoda, eds
Palgrave (Nov 2001)
The end of the Cold War and the discussions concerning the process of globalisation have brought the study of international politics face-to-face with new issues such as human rights, humanitarian interventions, environmental concerns, global social movements and health issues, like HIV/AIDS. The challenges arising from these issues require novel theoretical approaches that are not limited to the traditional ethical concerns of international politics.
The contributors to this volume re-examine existing approaches and formulate new ethical perspectives for the twenty-first century. This volume challenges the status quo in international relations and provides an opening for an alternative theoretical debate for those interested in international political theory.
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