JPIL Vol 3 Issue 1 2009 - A1

Order, justice and their mutual relation has inspired a substantial deal of academic debate in international politics. The centrality of this issue is probably due to the inherent value conflicts in the sphere of international relations, which one inevitably comes across when undertaking a challenge of solving any given ethical hard case of international life, such as the problem of humanitarian intervention. Many of such specific questions actually could be qualified in terms of the order-justice debate, which would be helpful in looking at them from the perspective of a broader framework of the international society.


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