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Empire's Law The American Imperial Project and the War to Remake the World

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ISBN-10: 0745323693

ISBN-13: 9780745323695

Edition: 2006

Authors: Amy Bartholomew

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"Empire's Law is first rate -- a 'must read' for students of international law, politics and ethics. It includes excellent contributions by key theorists and impressive case studies. This provocative and original collection should be read and taught in classes on both the undergraduate and graduate level." Jean L. Cohen Professor of Political Science, Columbia University "This remarkable collection of essays illuminates -- more fully than any other volume -- the world order costs of the Iraq War, especially the radical denial of the relevance of international law in the US's pursuit of global empire. To understand this overarching geopolitical challenge of the early 21st century, citizens…    
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Book details

List price: $40.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Pluto Press
Publication date: 3/20/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

The American Imperial Project and the 'War to Remake the World'
Theorizing American Empire
Interpreting the Fall of a Monument
The Iraq War: Critical Reflections from 'Old Europe'
Empire's Law: War, Human Rights and International Law
The Conduct of the UN before and after the 2003 Invasion
The UN and its Conduct during the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq
Keeping its Promise: Use of Force and the New Man of International Law
Looking for Life Signs in an International Rule of Law
American Empire or Empires? Alternative Juridifications of the New World Order
Empire's Law and the Contradictory Politics of Human Rights
Occupation, Democracy and Contradictions of Empire in Iraq
A New Bonapartism?
Empire's Democracy, Ours and Theirs
The Three Cyclops of Empire-Building: Targeting the Fabric of Iraqi Society
Resisting Empire: Room for Manoeuvre?
Drifting Away from the Edge of Empire: Canada in the Era of George W. Bush
A 'Just War', or Just Another of Tony Blair's Wars?
The Uses and Abuses of Humanitarian Intervention in the Wake of Empire
Taking Empire Seriously: Empire's Law, Peoples' Law and the World Tribunal on Iraq
Whither the United Nations?
Notes on Contributors