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Over the last decade, the USA and Britain have argued that Saddam Hussein only understands the language of force. Based on this reasoning, the Agreement on Mutual Understanding in early 1998 was made possible by the threat of force. The purpose of this article is to ask what happens if we analyse...
Recent efforts to identify and challenge the universalist ethics inherent to the historical conventions of International Relations are to be applauded. Drawing largely from poststructuralism and phenomenology, several theorists have productively shown how traditional approaches committed to moral...