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The Resource Empire's law : the American imperial project and the 'war to remake the world', edited by Amy Bartholomew

Empire's law : the American imperial project and the 'war to remake the world', edited by Amy Bartholomew

Label
Empire's law : the American imperial project and the 'war to remake the world'
Title
Empire's law
Title remainder
the American imperial project and the 'war to remake the world'
Statement of responsibility
edited by Amy Bartholomew
Title variation
American imperial project and the 'war to remake the world'
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKM
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1955-
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Bartholomew, Amy
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  • United States
  • United States
  • Iraq War, 2003-2011
  • International law
  • Imperialism
  • Globalization
  • United States
  • United Nations
  • Nations Unies
Label
Empire's law : the American imperial project and the 'war to remake the world', edited by Amy Bartholomew
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The conduct of the UN before and after the 2003 invasion
  • Hans von Sponeck
  • The UN and its conduct during the invasion and occupation of Iraq
  • Denis Halliday
  • Keeping its promise : use of force and the new man of international law
  • Doris E. Buss
  • Looking for life signs in an international rule of law
  • Trevor Purvis
  • American empire or empires? : alternative juridifications of the new world order
  • Peter Swan
  • Theorizing American empire
  • Empire's law and the contradictory politics of human rights
  • Amy Bartholomew
  • A new Bonapartism?
  • Nehal Bhuta
  • Empire's democracy, ours and theirs
  • Andrew Arato
  • The three cyclops of empire building : targeting the fabric of Iraqi society
  • Haifa Zangana
  • Drifting away from the edge of empire : Canada in the age of George W. Bush
  • Reg Whitaker
  • Leo Panitch
  • A 'just war', or just another of Tony Blair's wars?
  • David Coates
  • The uses and abuses of humanitarian intervention in the wake of empire
  • Fuyuki Kurasawa
  • Taking empire seriously : empire's law, peoples' law and the World Tribunal on Iraq
  • Jayan Nayar
  • Whither the United Nations?
  • Samir Amin
  • and
  • Sam Gindin
  • Interpreting the fall of a monument
  • J✹gen Habermas
  • The Iraq War : critical reflections from 'Old Europe'
  • Ulrich K. Preuss
Control code
ocm62307864
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
x, 381 pages
Isbn
9780745323701
Lccn
2006278120
Label
Empire's law : the American imperial project and the 'war to remake the world', edited by Amy Bartholomew
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The conduct of the UN before and after the 2003 invasion
  • Hans von Sponeck
  • The UN and its conduct during the invasion and occupation of Iraq
  • Denis Halliday
  • Keeping its promise : use of force and the new man of international law
  • Doris E. Buss
  • Looking for life signs in an international rule of law
  • Trevor Purvis
  • American empire or empires? : alternative juridifications of the new world order
  • Peter Swan
  • Theorizing American empire
  • Empire's law and the contradictory politics of human rights
  • Amy Bartholomew
  • A new Bonapartism?
  • Nehal Bhuta
  • Empire's democracy, ours and theirs
  • Andrew Arato
  • The three cyclops of empire building : targeting the fabric of Iraqi society
  • Haifa Zangana
  • Drifting away from the edge of empire : Canada in the age of George W. Bush
  • Reg Whitaker
  • Leo Panitch
  • A 'just war', or just another of Tony Blair's wars?
  • David Coates
  • The uses and abuses of humanitarian intervention in the wake of empire
  • Fuyuki Kurasawa
  • Taking empire seriously : empire's law, peoples' law and the World Tribunal on Iraq
  • Jayan Nayar
  • Whither the United Nations?
  • Samir Amin
  • and
  • Sam Gindin
  • Interpreting the fall of a monument
  • J✹gen Habermas
  • The Iraq War : critical reflections from 'Old Europe'
  • Ulrich K. Preuss
Control code
ocm62307864
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
x, 381 pages
Isbn
9780745323701
Lccn
2006278120

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