DEBATING THE MORAL HAZARDS OF INTERVENTION
Open links to an obscure ( at least to me) and usually subscriber-only British journal called Ethnopolitics
were emailed to me today which the more academically and theoretically inclined Zenpundit
readers may find interesting. The issue touches upon ethnic conflict, international law, great power intervention and morality. The journal is routed through the Taylor & Francis
database system which means that to pursue the thread, from article to article, you will have to open umpteen links to get to the full text preview
of each article.
Nevertheless, to save you time, here is the introduction
to the issue. Here is the table of contents
I have not read anything much beyond beyond the intro yet though the guy with the article invoking the designated hitter rule in baseball to explain why humanitarian intervention is bad certainly gets brownie points for creativity.