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(p. 677) Index

(p. 677) Index

Abizadeh, A. 389
Abrahamian, E. 277
Abrahamsen, R. 430
Abu-Laban, K. 347
Abu-Lughod, L. 347, 350
accountability 3
cross-cultural accountabilities 460–2
for decentred political authority 456–8
definition of 453
in global economic governance 453–64
multi-scale social strategies 458–60
proxy accountability 457–8
social accountability 459
transnational accountability 458, 459–60, 461–2, 463
unaccountable power problem 454–6
Acemoglu, D. 112
Acker, J. 88
Ackerly, B. 94
active denial system (ADS) 241
Actor Network Theory (ANT) 250
Adams, J. Q. 432
Adams, T. 248
Additional Protocols (API, 1977) 233, 235, 237
Adler, E. 39–40, 293, 294
Adorno, T. 75
ADS (active denial system) 241
Affiliated Network for Social Accountability in East Asia and the Pacific (ANSA) 461
African Union 395
Agamben, G. 80, 301
Agathangelou, A. M. 374–5
Agenda 21: 179, 533
‘Agenda for Peace’ 304
agent regret 137–8, 139
Ahrensdorf, P. J. 22, 24
aid
aid for mutual benefit 552–7
divergence from duty of rescue from mass despair 549–52
ethical foundations of 546–57
to fragile states 555–6
and gay rights 549
historic rationales for 548–9
and human rights 549
aid agencies 295–6
air pollution 179
Albertyn, C. 352
Alderman, H. 591
Alezander, L. A. 55
Allan, P. 614, 618–19
Allen, C. 251, 252
Allott, P. 64
Althusser, L. 621
Alston, P. 304
Alter, K. J. 64
Altman, D. 371, 372
American Journal of International Law 66
American Political Science 52
American Revolution 291, 292
Amnesty International 296
Amon, J. J. 360
Amsterdam Declaration 467
analytical realism 642–4
anarchy 63
Anderson, E. 487
Anderson, S. 252
Andrieu, K. 157
Aneja, U. 323
Anghie, A. 24, 65, 68, 175
Annas, J. 588, 589, 590, 591
Anonymous 262
ANSA (Affiliated Network for Social Accountability in East Asia and the Pacific) 461
Anscombe, E. 588
Anthias, F. 347, 348, 349, 351–2
Anthropocene
challenges to IPT 468–75
deep-time interdependencies 470
and democracy 472–3
functional interdependence 469–70
and global governance 467–77
global inequality in 119–20, 123–4, 471–2
global interdependence 468–9
human agency, redefinition of 473–5
and uncertainty 471
Antigone (Sophocles) 21
antinomianism 591
API (Additional Protocols, 1977) 233, 235, 237
Apostolopoulos, Y. 87
Appiah, A. 290
Aquinas, T. 213, 215–16, 223
Arab Spring (Arab Awakening) 203, 233, 282–4
Arat, Z. F. K. 351
Archibugi, D. 387, 400, 420, 670
ARC International and ILGA 371
Arendt, H. 61, 291, 300, 390
authority 196, 197–8, 199
and critical theory 77
on Kant 575, 577
rules 204
violence 197–8, 279
Aristotle 577, 579–80, 583
eudaimonia 582
Nicomachean Ethics 590, 592–3, 594, 595
phronesis 576
Politics 593
Arkin, R. 251
Arkin, W. 238
Armitage, D. 22, 25, 61
Armstrong, C. 295, 492n2
Arneil, B. 347
Arnould, E. 514
Aron, R. 51
Arquilla, J. 248, 259
Arrighi, G. 662n6
Arthur, C. J. 662n8
Arthur, P. 154
Articles on Perpetual Peace (Kant) 63
Asimov, I. 252–3
associational justice 120–1, 122, 126
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) 310, 394–5
asylum seekers 521, 524
asymmetric conflict 233–44
associated targets 239–40
human shields 236, 237, 243
and IPT 234
nature of 235–6
participatory liability 238–41
proportionality 237
soft war 241–3
uniforms, lack of 236–7, 243
atmospheric aerosol loading 474
Attfield, R. 180, 181, 183
Audi, R. 589, 590–1
Augustine of Hippo, St 22, 201, 210–11, 215–16
Austin, J. 62, 204
authority 196, 197–8, 199
humanitarian actors and 324–5
violence and 196–200
Autonomous Weapons Systems 248, 251
Axelrod, R. 54, 263
Aymara Indians, Bolivia 349
al-Azami, M. M. 201
Bäckstrand, K. 457
Bacon, C. 514
Baechler, J. 590
Bainton, R. 201
Bai, X. 473
Baker, S. 181
Balibar, E. 77
Ball, D. 514
Bamberger, M. 515
Ban Ki-moon 136, 320, 330, 371, 569
Barber, B. 435
Bargu, B. 80
Barham, B. 514, 515
Bar Joseph, U. 236, 239
Barkbu, B. 124
Barnes, M. 566
Barnett, M.
humanitarianism 317, 324, 497, 503, 504, 565
republicanism 634
Barry, C. 528–9
Barry, J. 635
Bartelson, J. 615
Bartkowski, M. 281
Bartley, T. 459
Bashir, O. 324
Bassel, L. 350–1, 353
Bassett, T. 514, 515
Basu, S. 94
Battaly, H. 589
Bauböck, R. 12
Bauer, P. 486–7
Bauman, Z. 249
Baxter, B. 183, 184, 188
Beardsworth, R. 629
Becchetti, L. 514
Becker, J. 304
Becker, L. C. 587
Becker Lorca, A. 65, 69
Beckerman, W. 181–2, 184, 185, 186, 187, 190n2
Beckett, J. 60, 63
Beck, U. 84, 471
Bedford, K. 379
Begby, E. 215
beheading 195, 206
Beissinger, M. 348
Beitz, C. R. 22, 54, 55, 118, 670
communitarianism 39, 40, 44–5
cosmopolitanism 37, 38, 39, 44–5
distributive justice 104, 105, 666
duty of assistance (DA) 485
and English School 55
ethical foreign policy 498, 499, 644
global democracy 417
human rights 44–5, 293, 299, 306, 307, 308
just war theory 223
LGBTQ rights 373–4
political legitimacy 402
and practical turn in liberal IPT 43
theory of justice 667
Belkin, A. 89, 90–1, 579
Bellamy, A. 203–4, 216, 217, 321, 335, 336
Bellamy, R. 627, 632
Bell, C. 159
Bell, D. 25, 634, 504
Bell, D. A. 345
Benhabib, S. 388, 402
Benjamin, W. 75, 198–200, 206
Benner, T. 456–7
Bentham, J. 62
Berlin, I. 585
Berman, N. 63, 65
Berman, S. 434
Besson, S. 44
Betts, A. 522, 523, 525
Betts, R. 583
Bevir, M. 217, 605
Bexell, M. 417
Bhuta, N. 325
Biene, J. 618
Biggar, N. 216
Bilal, S. 510
Billon, P. 514
bin Laden, O. 202
biocentrism 188
biodiversity loss 179, 187, 474
bioterrorism 361
Bismarck, O. von 65–6
Björkdahl, A. 161
Black, J. 457
Blair, J. 606
Blair, T. 645
Blake, M. 38, 176n1, 517n5, 526
coercion 106, 120
distributive justice 105, 106
Bleiker, R. 575–6, 600
Bloch, M. 216
Bloor, D. 577
Blum, G. 317
Boas, I. 469
Bob, C. 310
Bodin, J. 22
Boellstorff, T. 372
Boesenecker, A. 161
Bohman, J. 78, 400, 422, 445, 631, 632
Boisen, C.
Boko Haram 556
Bolivia 349, 514
Boltanski, L. 409
Bonacker, T. 155
Booth, K. 50, 498, 500
borders, control of 520–2
Borg, J. S. 606
(p. 680) Borradori, G. 80
Börzel, T. A. 309
Bosanquet, B. 26
Boucher, D. 41
Bourguignon, F. 487
Boutros-Ghali, B
Bouvet, H. 213
Bovens, M. A. P. 460
Bowen, J. 351
Bowles, S. 431
boycotts 273
Boyle, J. 60
Brahimi Report 321
Braidotti, R. 437
brain drain 527–9
Braithwaite, J. 150
Brandt, R. B. 590
Brasset, J. 41
Braun, M. 214
Brecke, P. 600
Brett, A. 69
Brexit controversy 83
Bridoux, J. 429, 432, 433
Brilmayer, L. 143
Brincat, S. 614
Brock, G. 516n2, 527
Bromley, P. 170
Brondizio, E. S. 467
Brown, C. 3, 24, 36, 40–1, 139, 166, 216, 217, 268, 306, 613, 654, 662n1
ethical foreign policy 499
history of IR 49, 50
Brown, G. W. 362
Brown, L. D. 455, 459
Brownlie, I. 27
Brown, T. 361
Brown, W. 80, 659
Brubaker, R. 348
Brunkhorst, H. 79, 387–8
Brunstetter, D. 214
Brysk, A. 304
Buchanan, A. 299, 488, 671
cosmopolitanism 37, 38, 39
global democracy 415, 418, 422, 423
humanitarianism 316
international law 44–5
political legitimacy 400, 401, 408, 410
and practical turn in liberal IPT 43
Buchanan, B. 266
Buckinx, B. 410
Buck-Morss, S. 81, 82
Bukovansky, M. 132
Bulley, D. 41
Bull, H. 22, 40, 50, 55, 499, 503, 504
Bunch, C. 350, 351
Burchill, S. 156
Burgis-Kasthala, M. 149
burqa ban 343, 353
Burrage, H. 345, 350
Bush, G. W. 240, 542
Butler, J. 80, 89
Butterfield, H. 504
Butterfield, R. 209
Byers, M. 68
Cabrera, L. 388, 400
Callicott, J. B. 188
Callinicos, A. 658
calmative agents 241
Calo, M. 514, 515
Cambodia 293, 461, 462
Cameron, D. 376
Campaign to Stop Killer Robots 251
Campbell, M. 150
Canada: indigenous peoples 172–3
Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) 560
Cancun, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP-16) 535
Canetti, D. 241
Caney, S. 120, 162, 358, 484, 562, 667
capital punishment 198
capitalism 652–3, 655–61
and class 655–6
Marx’s critique of 659–61
monopoly capitalism 657
Caraway, T. L. 124
care: and humanitarianism 563–7
care ethics 95
Carens, J. H. 520, 531n1
Carr, E. H. 50, 51, 498, 504, 646, 649, 650
Carter, A. 282
Casebeer, W. D. 604
Cass, D. 62
(p. 681) Cassese, A. 144–5
Cavelt, D. 262–3
CBD (Convention on Biological Diversity) 533
CBDR (common but differentiated responsibility) principle 533, 534, 537, 539
Celis, K. 353
censorship 242
Centre for International Development Issues, Netherlands 515
Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 361
Chad 550, 556
Chamayou, G. 248–9
Chamberlain, N. 23
Chambers, S. 441
Chang, H.-J. 122, 124
Chappell, T. 587, 588
Charlesworth, H. 88
Charter 77, Czechoslovakia 278, 502
Chase-Dunn, C. 662n6
chemical pollution 474
chemical weapons 241
Chemical Weapons Convention (1992) 241
Chenoweth, E. 282
Chen, S. 471–2
Chesterman, S. 455–6, 457
Chhachhi, A. 564
Chicago Tribune 209
Chiesura, A. 183, 184, 186, 187, 188, 189
Chimni, B. S. 145
Chopra, M. 531n2
Choucri, N. 264, 267
Christianity 200–1
Christiano, T. 418
Christine de Pisan 213, 215
Christov, T. 25
Churchill, W. 22, 23, 580
Cicero (Marcus Tullius Cicero) 21
circumstantial luck 133–5, 140
civil disobedience 273, 274
civil resistance 273
antagonists and 280–1
concept of 274–7
and democratic outcomes 281–3
power politics and nonviolent struggle 277–80
civil society participation 445, 447
Clapper, J. 263
Clarke, J. 622n3
Clarke, K. M. 150
Clarke, R. 253
Clarke, R. A. 265–6
Clark, G. 51
Clark, G. K. 216, 217
Clark, H. 239
Clark, I. 23, 68, 212
Claude, I. 169
Clausewitz, C. von 27, 199, 262
Cleckly, H. 606
Clément, M. 618, 621
climate change 134, 138, 184–5, 474
aid for mitigation of 556–7
climate models 471
and inequality 182
and migration 469
temperature target 475
climate debt 470
climate equity 533–44
challenges for 535–7
real-world climate efforts 541–3
climate migrants 470
Clinton, H.: gay rights 371, 372, 374, 375
Cmeil, K. 292
Codex Florentino 26
coercion
democracy and 388–9
distributive justice and 105, 106
human rights and 313
inequality and 120
nonviolent coercion 276–7
R2P and 334
violence and 198
cognitive overload 249–50
Cohen, J. L. 78–9, 81, 82, 150, 306, 388
Cold War 145, 278, 321, 495, 501, 502, 548
Cole, P. 520, 526
collateral damage 250, 296–7
Collier, P. 111–12
Collingwood, R. G. 24
Collins, R. 327
colonialism 112, 197
Commission on Social Determinants of Health (CSDH) 363
(p. 682) common but differentiated responsibility (CBDR) principle 533, 534, 537, 539
communicable diseases 357
communitarianism 39–41, 42, 44–5
constructivist (new) communitarianism 39–40
cosmopolitan/communitarian debate 35–7, 40–1, 42, 55
conditionality 124, 313, 514, 548, 549, 551, 554
Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) 502
Confucius 27
Connelly, J. 189
Connor, W. 344
Conrad, J. 266
constitutive luck 137–9, 140
constructivism 3–4
constructivist (new) communitarianism 39–40, 42–3
contemporary asymmetric war: challenges of 234–44
contestatory democracy 628
contingent pacifism 222
Convention 169 Concerning Indigenous and Tribal Peoples in Independent Countries 170, 171
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) 533
Convention on Crimes Against Humanity 304
Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence 146
Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women 359
Convention on the Rights of the Child 359
Cook, J. 268
Cook, R. 499–500
Cooley, A. 305, 309
COP-16 (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Cancun) 535
COP-19 (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Warsaw) 539
COP-20 (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Lima) 539
COP-21 (Paris Agreement, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) 472, 475, 534–5, 539–40, 542
Cordesman, A. H. 238–9
Cornish, P. 267
cosmopolitan democracy 631
cosmopolitan equality 671–2
cosmopolitanism 35–9, 40, 42, 44–5, 290–1
cosmopolitan/communitarian debate 35–7, 40–1, 42, 55, 175
critical theory and 74, 76–8, 84
Habermas and 76, 78
and minority rights 171–2
and political legitimacy 406
and R2P 331–3, 334, 336, 337
republican cosmopolitanism 78
rooted cosmopolitanism 173
and sovereignty 332
terrestrial cosmopolitanism 171–3
Costanza, R. 183, 185, 186
Costa Rica 511–12
Cottingham, J. 601
Council of Castile 24
Council of Europe
Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence 146
European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages 170, 171
Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities (FCNM) 170, 171, 176nn7&8
Covell, C. 22, 25, 27
Cover, R. 205
Cox, R. 7, 76, 495, 662n7
Crane, R. S. 300
Craven, M. 63, 68, 69
Crawford, N. C. 239, 600–1, 602
Crenshaw, K. 354n3
crimes against humanity 63, 67, 149, 155, 332, 496
Crisp, R. 588
critical theory 3–4, 7, 74–84
critiques of empire 81–3
future of sovereignty 83–4
Habermasian 76–9
and international relations 75–6
(p. 683) post- structural responses to war on terror 79–81
Cronin, A. K. 618
cross-cultural accountabilities 460–2
Crutzen, P. 467
cultural difference 39
cultural identity 343, 348
cultural rights 310
currency speculation 124–5
Curren, R. 179
Cushman, F 603
Cutler, A. C. 455
Cutler, C. 405
cyber espionage 267
cyber justice 268
cyber security 259–69
cyber conflict, nature of 263–5
cyber espionage 267
cyber institutions and governance 267–8
cyber power and force, nature of 265–6
cyber threat, nature of 262–3
definitional issues 261–2
legalist/ moralist debate 268
Sony Hack 260, 263
cyber warfare 241–2
Daase, C. 614, 615, 618, 621
Dagger, R. 627, 635
Dahbour, O. 388
Dahl, H. M. 95
Dahl, R. A. 400
Dallmayr, F. R. 461
Daly, H. 181–2, 183, 185, 186
Damasio, A. 602
D’Amato, A. 60
D’Amico, F. 371
Daniels, N. 358
Dany, C. 447
Darby, D. 365
Darfur conflict 324
Darwin, C. 256
d’Aspremont, J. 63
Das, R. 588
Davidson, D. 576
Davies, S. E. 361
DDoS (distributed denial of service) 264
De Búrca, G. 408
Declaration of the Five Cabinets, Aix-la-Chapelle 66
Declaration on the Establishment of a NIEO 145–6
Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People 170, 171, 175, 176n6
Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious or Linguistic Minorities 170, 171
deep-time interdependencies 470
deforestation 179
de Groot, R. 183, 184, 186, 187, 188, 189, 223
Deitelhoff, N. 446
De jure belli ac pacis (Grotius) 148
de la Boétie, É. 274
de la Chapelle, B. 267
deliberation
and deliberative democracy 441–3
development of 443–6
empirical evidence 446–9
and global governance 440–50
deliberative democracy 345–6, 441–3, 444–5, 446–7, 448–9
deliberative supranationalism 444
Demchak, C. 267
democracy 3
‘all affected’ approach 388, 391–3, 396
‘all subjected’ approach 388, 389, 390
Anthropocene and 472–3
common activities approach 389–90, 392–5
contestatory democracy 628
deliberative democracy 345–6
democracy support 428–31
democratic transformation, directions for 394–8
ethics of promotion of 427–38
global democracy 387, 390, 400
and global governance 385–98
and global political legitimacy 400–11
procedural democracy 350–2
and republicanism 628
(p. 684) social movements 398
and sovereignty 404
substantive democracy 345–6
transnational democracy, scope of 388–94
varied liberal ethics and democracy promotion 431–4
democracy promotion 428–38
ethics of 431–4
ethics of alternative models 434–7
democracy support 428–31
depoliticization of democracy promotion 428
ethics of 431–4
liberal consensus on democracy in promotion 429
local ownership in policy agenda 430
Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) 239
Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) 321, 322, 326
Dennett, D. 415
deontology 587–92, 597
Department for International Development (DFID) 553, 555
Der Derian, J. 23
Derrida, J. 80, 205
de Sousa Santos, C. A. 78, 84
deterrence 264–5
Deudney, D. 630–1, 634
Deveaux, M. 346, 351, 352
Devetak, R. 630–1
Dewey, J. 402–3
Dhamoon, R. K. 347, 354n3
Dhawan, N. 161
dignity 306, 364–5
Dingwerth, K. 445
Dipert, R. R. 268
direct-deliberative polyarchy 444
Discourses, The (Machiavelli) 50
distributed denial of service (see DDoS)
distributive justice 147, 423: see also global distributive justice
Dobson, A. 180, 181, 187, 188
Doctors without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières, MSF) 295, 300, 323–4, 569
Dollar, D. 549
Dombrowski, P. 267
Domingo, F. C. 259
dominium 628
Donaghue v. Stevenson 579
Doppelt, G. 39
Doris, J. M. 590
Douglas, L. 67
Douthat, R. 230
Douzinas, C. 77, 79, 373
dowries: India 350
Doyle, M. 39, 49
Dragusanu, R. 515
Drahos, P. 150
drones 247–50
Drucker, P. 372
Dryzek, J. S. 180, 397, 400, 406, 442, 473
global democracy 416, 420–1, 423–4, 445, 446
republicanism 632, 635
Dua, E. 173
Dübgen, F. 616
Duggan, L. 375–6
Dumont, L. 230
Duncombe, C. 621
Dunne, T. 613
Dunn, J. 25
Durkheim, E. 225
duties of rescue 546–57
aid for mutual benefit 552–7
duty of rescue from catastrophe 546, 550
duty of rescue from mass despair 547, 549–52, 553, 554–5
duty of assistance (DA)
concreteness of 486–8
content of 485–92
precision of 488–92
and public policy 486–9, 492
Rawls 483–4, 485
Duvall, R. 267
Dworkin, R. 61, 421
Earth Summit, Rio de Janeiro 533
earth system boundaries 474–5
Earth System Governance Project 476
Eberle, C. J. 268
Ebrahim, A. 459
(p. 685) Eckersley, R. 472, 541
ecocentrism 188
ecologism 188
Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) 396
economic warfare 241–2
Edkins, J. 563, 564
Edmonds, D. 581
education inequality 119
Ehrenreich, B. 256
Eichengreen, B. 125
Ekins, P. 183–4, 185, 188
Elder, S. 514, 515
electromagnetic weapons 241
Elements of the Philosophy of Right (Hegel) 28
Elias, N. 203
El-Khawas, M. A. 531n2
Elliott, M. A. 225, 230
Elshtain, J. B. 91, 201, 215
Elster, J. 447, 600
Emejulu, A. 353
emotions 600–9
empire 81–2
empirical inquiry 10–11
empirical research 4–5, 8
EMU (European Monetary Union) 83
Enemark, C. 212
Engels, F. 662n2
English School 3, 42, 55–6: see also Bull, H.
Enloe, C. 88, 91, 92
Enquiry into the Foundation and History of International Law in Europe, An (Ward) 68
environmental governance 38–9
environmental justice: and sustainability 179–90
Epstein, H. 549
Eriksen, E. O. 444
Erman, E. 408
Eslava, L. 61, 65
Estlund, D. 10, 415, 672, 673
ethical foreign policy 495–505, 644
ethical reasoning 41–2, 43
Ethics (Spinoza) 28
ethics of care
care and humanitarianism 563–7
feminist practical 559–70
IPT and 560–3
ethics of recognition 612–22
literature on 613–15
ethnic cleansing 153, 167, 332
Euben, P. 138
European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages 170, 171
European Council 429
European Monetary Union (EMU) 83
Evans, G. 333, 499, 500
Evans, T. 364
‘Evidence’ (Asimov) 252–3
expectations: horizon of 25–6, 27, 28, 29
experiences: space of 25–6, 28
Fabre, C. 196, 226, 666, 669
Fabry, M. 622n2
fair trade 508–16
alternative approach 513–16
banana farming 512, 514
coffee growers 512, 515
practice-based accounts of 509–13
and public policy 508–16
Falk, R. A. 60
Fanon, F. 197, 199, 206, 616, 621
FARC-EP (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army) 618–19
Fariss, C. J. 304
Farmer, P. 358
Farrell, A. 351
Farrell, H. 305
Farrelly, C. 423, 666
FAS (Federation of American Scientists) 238–9
Fass, A. 472
Fassin, D. 299, 316–17
fasting 273
feasibility
challenge to realism 641–4
economic feasibility 643–4
feasibility-insensitivity 670–3
political feasibility 112–13, 643–4
feasibility constraints 8, 9, 407, 415–16, 420, 665
democracy 385, 400
insensitivity to 670–3
Federation of American Scientists (FAS) 238–9
(p. 686) Feinberg, J. 133
Feldman, I. 290
female genital mutilation (FGM) 12, 308, 345, 350–1
female prostitution 91
feminism
feminist theory 3–4
practical ethics of care 559–70
feminist IPT 87–97
applicability of 96–7
gender and sexuality, signification of 92–6
gender, meaning of 89–92
women in global politics 88–9
Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF) 351
Ferree, M. M. 351
Ferretti, M. P. 448
Ferris, E. G. 323
Festa, L. 300
FGM (female genital mutilation) 12, 308, 345, 350–1
Fierke, K. 562
financial aid 486–7
Financial Transaction Tax (Tobin Tax) 124–5
Finkelstein, L. S. 405
Finnemore, M. 305, 529
Fishkin, J. S. 441, 442
Fixdal, M. 268
Flathman, R. 197
Fletcher, G. F. 222
Flockhart, T. 613
Floyd, J. 409
FMF (Feminist Majority Foundation) 351
Foot, P. 588, 603
Foot, R. 501, 502
Ford, H. 209
foreign policy 495–505
definition of 497
ethics and 497–501
Forsberg, T. 616, 617
Forsythe, D. P. 230
Forsyth, M. 22
Fossum, J. E. 444
Foucault, M. 61, 195, 199, 200, 307
Fox, J. 455, 459
Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities (FCNM) 170, 171, 176nn7&8
Francis of Assisi, St 22
Franck, T. 64, 146, 147
Franke, K. 377
Frankfurt School 74, 75, 84
Fraser, N. 77–8, 346, 365–6, 442, 613, 614, 621
Frazer, E. 80
Frazer, M. L. 601
Frede, D. 587
Fredman, S. 150
Freeden, M. 432, 453–4, 461
freedom fighters 235–6
Freedom House 305, 309
Freeman, S. 484
French, P. 132
French Revolution 291, 292
Friedman, A. 241
Friedman, M. 52–3
Friedrich, D. 448
friendships 526
Frost, M. 42, 53, 55
Frowe, H. 666, 669–70
Fukuda-Parr, S. 596
functional interdependence: new types of 469–70
Fung, A. 392, 397, 410, 411n2
Furceri, D. 124
Gacaca tribunals, Rwanda 155, 160
Gadamer, H. G. 582
Gage, P. 602
Galaz, V. 474
Gallagher, A. 334
Gallie, W. B. 306, 434
Gallup, J. 111–12
Galston, W. 483
Galston, W. A. 283, 415
Galtung, J. 206n3
game theory 52
Gammon, E. 600
Gandhi, M. K. 23, 274–6, 279
García-Godos, J. 619
Gardam, J. 296–7
Garretón, M. A. 280
Gartzke, E. 260, 262, 264, 266, 267
Garvey, N. 459
Garwood-Gowers, A. 333
(p. 687) Gas War, Bolivia 349
Gathii, J. T. 145, 146
Gaventa, J. 459
Gavison, R. 225
gay rights 371, 372, 374–9, 549: see also LGBTQ rights
Gazzaniga, M. 605
Gbagbo, L. 321
GCF (Green Climate Fund) 542–3
Gearty, C. 373
Geers, K. 265
gender theory 3–4, 94
Geneva Conventions 233, 255, 293, 318
genocide 139, 146–7, 149, 167, 332, 503
Rwanda 155, 160
Gentili, A. 213
Gentz, F. von 50
geo-engineering 469–70
George, A. L. 265
Gerstenberg, O. 444
Geuss, R. 409, 415, 595, 596, 644–5, 646, 649–50
Gheaus, A. 671
Gibney, M. 524
Gibson- Graham, J. K. 156
Gilabert, P. 9, 120, 415, 642, 665, 671, 672
Gilligan, C. 560–1, 562–3, 565
Gill, S. 662n7
Gilman, N. 145, 146
Gindin, S. 658
Gintis, H. 431
Giovanni da Legnano 213–14
Givoni, M. 324
Gladwell, M. 312
Glanville, L. 335
global climate governance 470
global constitutionalism 79
global democracy 387, 390, 400, 414–24, 435–6, 670, 671–2
empirical constraints on construal of 415–18
empirical constraints on promotion of 418–21
moral concerns 421–4
moral constraints on construal of 421–2
moral constraints on promotion of 422–4
global distributive justice 103–16, 666, 670
application of principles of 111–12
conceptualization of subject matter of 114–15
content of principles of 107–11
desirabilty 113
formulation of questions of 114
possibility and political feasibility 112–13
scope of 104–7
global economic governance 453–64
cross-cultural accountabilities 460–2
for decentred political authority 456–8
definition of 453
multi-scale social strategies 458–60
proxy accountability 457–8
social accountability 459
transnational accountability 458, 459–60, 461–2, 463
unaccountable power problem 454–6
global egalitarianism 118–27
associational justice 120–1, 122
global inequality 119–20
justificatory respect 121, 126
membership-dependent cosmopolitanism 120–2, 126
practice, context, and critique 126–7
reforms 122–5
Global Environmental Facility 542–3
global freshwater use 474
global governance 385–98
Anthropocene and 467–77
deliberation 440–50
democratic deficit 386–8
democratic transformation, directions for 394–8
social movements 398
transnational democracy, scope of 388–94
global governance networks 457
global inequality 119–20, 123–4, 471–2
global interdependence: new types of 468–9
globalization: democratic deficit 386–8
globalized sovereignty 629–30, 631, 636
global justice theory 3
global legal pluralism 78–9
global poverty 111, 119–20, 125, 339, 543, 550, 553, 635, 642–3, 666, 670, 672
global sexuality politics 370, 372
global warming 179
(p. 688) Goerzig, C. 618
Goetz, A.-M. 455
Golder, B. 307
Goldstein, J. 91
Goldstone, D. J. 268
Goodhart, M. 422, 455
Goodin, R. 391, 402, 418, 423, 482
Good Kill (film) 255
Goodman, W. 265
Goodwin, B. 254
Goodwin-Gill, G. S. 27
Gorbachev, M. 502
Gordon, J. 242
Gordon, U. 174
Gornitzka, A. 448
Gosine, A. 379
Gould, C. 418
Gould, H. 205
governance institutions: democratic deficit 386–8
Gramsci, A. 279, 658–9
Grant, R. W. 400, 455
Grasso, M. 541
Gratian (Flavius Gratianus Augustus) 215–16
Gready, P. 150
Great Recession 122
green capitalism 189
Green Climate Fund (GCF) 542–3
Greene, J. 603–4
green political theory 3–4
Grewal, I. 347
Grewe, W. 68
Griggs, D. 179, 181–2, 185
Gronau, J. 615–16
Gross, M. 212
Gross, M. L. 266
Grotius, H. ( Hugo de Groot) 21–2, 27, 49, 61, 148, 213, 215–16
group polarization 443, 449
groupthink 443, 448
Guardian Datablog 235
Guelff, R. 27
guerrillas/guerrilla warfare 233, 235–7, 238–9, 242
just warfare 243–4
political wings 239, 240
Guetzkow, H. S. 269
Guitton, C. 262
Gulf War (1991) 217, 261
Gustafsson, K. 614, 617, 621
Gutner, T. 408
Guzman, A. 68
Haacke, J. 614
Haas, P. M. 471
Habermas, J. 75, 80, 81, 83, 306, 346, 420, 444, 449
critical theory 76–9
international legal system 74, 150
Hadfield, A. 497
Hafner-Burton, E. 309, 313
Haidt, J. 603, 606–7
Haldemann, F. 620
Hall, I. 25, 50, 217
Halsaa, B. 351
Hansen, L. 262
Hansen, T. O. 155
Hanson, D. 23
happiness (eudaimonia) 581, 582
Hardt, M. 81–2
Harel, A. 238
Hare, R. 606
Harraway, D. 436
Harries, R. 217
Hart, H. L. A. 204, 579
Harvey, D. 351, 658
Haskell, T. 291, 300
Haufler, V. 405, 455
Hauser, M. 603
Havel, V. 278
Haydar, B. 492n3
Hayden, P. 613
Hayward, T. 188
headhunting 195, 206
health 357–67
as basic human right 358–60
infectious diseases 361–2
pandemics 361
poverty and 363–6
recognition theory approach to human rights 364–6
social determinants of 360–3
health inequalities 119, 362, 364, 366
(p. 689) health security 360–3
Heathcote, G. 65
Hegel, G. W. F. 28, 50, 56, 118, 622n1, 660
Hehir, A. 204, 335
Heins, V. 613, 614, 621
Hekman, S. 95
Held, D. 27, 387, 400, 420, 436, 455, 631, 670
Helsinki Accords 55, 278, 292
Helsinki Final Act, Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) 502
Helsinki Watch Committees 502
Henkin, L. 304
Herodotus 21
Herz, J. 504, 646, 647
Hess, D. 280
Heymann, J. 567
Heyward, M. 538
Heywood, M. 366
Hezbollah 203, 237
Higate, P. 91
High Ambition Coalition 539–40
Hill, C. 497
Hill Collins, P. 354n3
Hinton, A. L. 158
Hitler, A. 22, 23, 67
HIV/AIDS 357, 366, 531n2, 550
HMI (Human Machine Interaction) 250
Hobbesian tradition 23
Hobbes, T. 22, 23, 25, 28, 29–30, 60–1
Hobsbawn, E. 214–15, 657
Hobson, C. 616
Hobson, J. A. 432
Hoffman, M. J. 537
Hoffmann, S. 648–9
Höglund, K. 161
Holland, T. E. 63
Hollinger, D. 291
Hollis, M. 498
Holst, C. 448
Holsti, K. 498
homocapitalism 378–9
homocolonialism 377–8
homonationalism 376–7
homonormativity 375–6
homosexuality 91–2
Honig, B. 464
Honneth, A. 364, 365
Hoover, J. 373
Hopgood, S. 155, 292
Hopwood, B. 180
Horkheimer, M. 75, 76
Horton, K. 487
Hovell, D. 64
Howard, M. 247
Howse, R. 63, 65
HRW (Human Rights Watch) 240
Hughes, C. 460, 462
Hughes, J. 235
Hull, I. 69
human capital 183, 184–5, 186, 187
human dignity 255–6
humanitarian action 38–9, 316–27
conflicting values 324–5
individualization of war 317–18
values and principles 318–19
humanitarian intervention 66, 139, 203, 223, 224, 229: see also responsibility to protect (R2P) doctrine
humanitarianism 289–301, 497, 503–4
activities 297–9
care and 563–7
humanity and history 290–3
and human rights, differences between 293–4
principles 295–7
purpose of 294–5
relationship to politics 297
and sovereignty 299–300
and suffering 300–1
Humanitarian NGOs 323–4
humanitarian warfare 39
Human Machine Interaction (HMI) 250
human rights 44–5, 76–8, 289–301, 304–14, 501–2, 549
activities 297–9
empirical problems 309–12
foundations 305–7
gay rights as 374–9
and humanitarianism, differences between 293–4
humanity and history 290–3
impact assessments 393–4
and international migration 520–31
(p. 690) LGBTQ rights as 370–2
multipolarity 312–13
personhood 307–8, 310
principles 295–7
purpose of 294–5
recognition theory 364–6
and sovereignty 299–300
structural problems 305–8
and suffering 300–1
see also health
Human Rights Charter 310
Human Rights Committee 359
human rights institutions 43
human rights movement 64
Human Rights Watch (HRW) 240
human shields 236, 237, 243
Hume, D. 52, 61, 576, 578, 584–5, 601, 602, 604
Humphrey, M. 620
Hunter, I. 61
Hunters, The (Salter) 255
Hunt, L. 291, 292
Hurka, T. 588, 590
Hurrell, A. 42–3, 418
Hursthouse, R. 590, 591, 592
Hutchings, K. 41, 76, 80, 95, 159, 559, 570n1
Hutchinson, J. F. 299–300
Hutchison, E. 600
Huyse, L. 160
IBON International 396
ICIs (international cooperative initiatives) 538
idealism 647
ideal theory 10, 664–73
definition of 665–6
feasibility-insensitivity 670–3
idealizations 666–70
IFRC (International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies) 290
Ignatieff, M. 503
IHL (international humanitarian law) 233, 234, 251, 296–7, 325
IHRL (international human rights law) 74, 77, 84, 325
IICK (Independent International Commission on Kosovo) 136–7
IISS (International Institute of Strategic Studies) 238
Ikäheimo, H. 612, 614
Iliev, R. 263
ILO (International Labour Organization) 170, 171, 396
IMF (International Monetary Fund) 124, 514, 554
Imhof, S. 514
immigration 38–9, 123: see also migration
impartiality 296, 299, 318, 319, 320–1
imperialism theory 81–2, 657–8
imperium 628
independence 295, 296, 318
Independent Expert on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) 371
Independent International Commission on Kosovo (IICK) 136–7
indigenous peoples 349–50
individual rights: and just war theory (JWT) 221–31
inequality 311
climate change and 182
and coercion 120
education inequality 119
global inequality 119–20, 123–4, 471–2
health inequality 119, 357
sustainable development and 182
wealth inequality 119
infectious diseases 361–2
innocent causation 138
input legitimacy 402–3
insurgents 243–4
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 134, 179, 180, 184, 471
international anarchy 445–6
(p. 691) International Bank for Reconstruction 548
International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS) 136, 330, 568–9
International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) 251, 293, 299–300
core principles 295, 296–7
international cooperative initiatives (ICIs) 538
International Corporation for Assignment Names and Numbers (ICANN) 261, 267
International Court of Justice (ICJ) 145, 148
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights 359
International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) 358–9, 362–3
International Criminal Court (ICC) 63, 145, 149, 155, 156–7, 304
international criminal justice 66–7
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) 149
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTFY) 149
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) 290
International Finance Corporation, World Bank Group 554
international humanitarian law (IHL) 233, 234, 251, 296–7, 325
international human rights law (IHRL) 74, 77, 84, 325
International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS) 238
international justice 143–51
concept of 146–8
as international criminal justice 149–50
statist theory 666
International Labour Organization (ILO) 170, 171, 396
international law (IL) 60–9, 143–51, 175, 227–8
Charter/Westphalian order 144–5
classical international law 62–3
critique of 65
historical turn 68–9
and international relations 68
modern international law 63–5
normativity and centralization 63–4
war and crime 65–7
international legal positivism 62–3
international migration: human rights and 520–31
International Monetary Fund (IMF) 124, 514, 455
International Organization for Migration (IOM) 530
international political theory (IPT)
capabilities approach 593–7
and IR 35–6
practical turn 43–4, 481–3
Rawls’ duty of assistance 483–4
and real world politics 481–92
international relations (IR) 3–4, 10, 39–41, 495–505
constructivist IR theory 56–7
ethics and foreign policy 497–501
history of 48–51
and international law 68
and IPT 35–6
normative political theory and 54–6
phronesis 24
realist/pluralist traditions 38
scientific study of 51–4
international thought, history of 21–30, 56
emblematic past 22–3, 26, 28
experiences/expectations 25–6
historical past 25, 26
practical past 23–4, 26
intersectionality 310, 349, 352–3, 354n3
intervention 3, 66, 499
IOM (International Organization for Migration) 530
IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) 134, 179, 180, 184, 471
Iraq War (2003) 205
Irish Republican Army (IRA) 243
Iser, M. 613, 620, 621–2
Ishay, M. R. 306
Isidore of Seville 213
Isiksel, T. 79
IS/ISIS 236, 262, 371
Islam 343, 347
Muslim culture 345–6
Muslim women 352–3
and violence 201–2
(p. 692) Islamic extremism 195
Islamic State (IS/ISIS) 236, 262, 371
Islamophobia 353
is/ought statements 52, 222, 604, 605
Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs 236
Issacharoff, I. 238
JAB (see jus ad bellum)
Jackson Preece, J. 169, 176n4
Jackson, P. T. 597
Jacobs, M. 180, 183, 185, 186
Jahn, B. 24
James, A. 107, 108, 416, 509–11, 512
Janis, I. L. 443
Jardine, M. 238–9
Jefferson, T. 432
Jeffery, R. 22, 23, 214
Jeffreys, S. 92–3
Jensen, B. 263, 264
Jervis, R. 583
JIB (see jus in bello)
Joas, H. 409
job insecurity 122
Joerges, C. 444
Johannesburg Declaration, World Summit on Sustainable Development 473–4
Johns, F. 62
Johnson, J. 402
Johnson, J. T. 210, 212, 215
Johnson, S. 112
Jones, R. E. 55
Jordan, A. 181
Jörke, D. 446
Josling, T. E. 445
Joyce, R. 604
Judah, T. 239
judgement 575–85
(in)formality of 576–8
and politics 581–5
practical problems 579–81
Jung, C. 348
Junger, S. 255
jus ad bellum (JAB) 215, 222, 225, 227, 228–9, 248
jus ante bellum 249
jus cogens 146–7, 387–8
jus in bello (JIB) 215, 222–3, 224, 225, 226–7, 228–9, 230, 248–9, 669
justice
environmental justice and sustainability 179–90
global distributive justice 103–16, 666, 670
transitional justice 153–63
justificatory respect 121, 126
just war theory (JWT) 3, 55, 221–31, 248–9, 666, 669
just conduct in war 225–7
‘just,’ definition of 209–12
just resort to war 223–5
just war tradition 209–18
outline of 221–3
in real world 227–31
responsibility, concept of 253–5
‘tradition,’ definition of 214–17
‘war,’ definition of 212–14
Kaempf, S. 242
Kagan, S. 492n3
Kahn, P. 255–6
Kaldor, M. 317, 321
Kalyvas, S. N. 239
Kamradt-Scott, A. 362
Kanbur, R. 486
Kanie, N. 475
Kant, I. 49–50, 56, 63, 575, 587–8
emotions 601, 606
political emancipation 75–6
Urteilskraft (art of judgement) 576–8
Kaplan, M. 52
Kapur, R. 350, 351
Kapur, S. 275
Karp, D. J. 132, 293
Karpowitz, C. F. 443
Kates, R. W. 473
Katz, J. 87
Kaufman, W. 217
Keal, P. 499
Keck, M. E. 230
Kedar, A. 605
Keene, E. 22, 25, 27
Kello, L. 260, 264
Kelsay, J. 201, 216
Kelsen, H. 60, 306
Kennan, G. 10, 51, 495, 497
Kennedy, D. 64, 65, 66, 68, 147, 306
Kent, S. A. 345
Kenya 348
Keohane, R. O. 37, 44, 54, 157, 455
climate equity 537–8
global democracy 418, 422
political legitimacy 400, 401, 408
Keys, B. J. 304
Khadduri, M. 201–2
Khader, S. 566–7
Kiehl, K. 606
King-Hall, S. 284
King, M. L., Jr. 275–6, 279
Kingsbury, B. 148, 150, 457
Kinsella, H. 215
Kissinger, H. 501
Klabbers, J. 64
Kleine, M. 446
Klein, N. 304, 594
Klick, J. 516n3
Knake, R. K. 265–6
Knight, J. 402
Knobe, J. 605
Knop, K. 61
Knorr, K. 498
Knutsen, T. 22
Kocher, M. 239
Koenig-Archibugi, M. 400, 457, 459
Koenigs, M. 603
Kohlberg, L. 560–1
Kohler- Koch, B. 448
Kolb, R. 215
Kolers, A. 171–2
Koller, D. 149
Koplow, D. A. 241
Korteweg, A. 353
Koselleck, R. 25–6
Koskenniemi, M. 62, 63, 65, 68, 143
Kosovo crisis 136–7, 238, 239, 244, 300, 309, 324
Kouvo, S. 146
Kramer, M. H. 593
Krever, T. 67
Krisch, N. 62, 405, 456
Kroll, L. 472
Krüger, A. K. 159
Kukathas, C. 350, 354n2
Kuosmanen, J. 150
Kupperman, J. 589, 590
Kurjanska, M. 511–12
Kurzweil, R. 252
Kymlica, W. 39
Kymlicka, W. 344
Kyoto Protocol 533, 534, 535, 537, 539, 542
Laborde, C. 627, 629, 632, 633, 635
labour market liberalization 124
Laclau, E. 158, 435
Lafont, C. 82, 374
Laitinen, A. 612
Lakey, G. 276
Lakoff, A. 362
Lambourne, W. 158
land degradation 179
land use change 474
Lane, M. 487
Lang, A.F. Jr 24, 45, 63, 659, 662n1
Langø, H.-I. 263
Laqueur, T. 291
Larson, F. 195
Laslett, P. 25
Lasswell, H. 60
Latour, B. 250, 436
Lauren, P. 292
Lauterpacht, H. 64
law
authority of 198–9
violence and 204–5
Lawford-Smith, H. 9, 415, 642, 643, 665, 667
Law, J. 250
Lawler, P. 501
law of armed conflict (LOAC) 233, 234
Law of Nations or Principles of International Law, The (Vattel) 49
Lawrence, B. 173
Lawrence, W. W. 256
Lawson, G. 61–2
Lawson, S. 262–3
LDK (Democratic League of Kosovo) 239
League of Nations 49
Lebow, R. N. 24, 583, 614–15
Lee, A. 514
Leebaw, B. 296
legal frameworks 268
legalism 156–8
legal positivism 62–3
Legnano, G. da 213–14
Leiserowitz, A. A. 473
Lener, M. 448
Leon-Portilla, M. 26
Leviathan (Hobbes) 25, 28
Levin, T. 350
Lewis, J. A. 262
Lewontin, R. 249
LGBTQ rights 370–80
critical theoretical approach 373–4
gay rights as human rights 374–9
global sexuality politics 372
homocapitalism 378–9
homocolonialism 377–8
homonationalism 376–7
homonormativity 375–6
as human rights 370–2
liberal cosmopolitanism 648–9
liberal democracy 431–2
liberal feminism 344–5, 350–2
liberal hegemony 615–17
liberal institutionalism 54
liberal internationalism 648
liberalism 431–3, 520, 630
liberalism of fear 647–50
liberal multiculturalism 344–5, 347–50
Libicki, M. C. 264
libido dominandi doctrine 211
Libya 333
Liddell Hart, B. 280
Lie, J. 87
Lind, A. 372
Lindemann, T. 614, 615
Lindsay, J. R. 260, 262, 264, 266
Linklater, A. 24, 37, 40–1, 56, 68, 76, 203, 291, 499, 662n3
List, C. 132, 400, 416, 665, 667
Lister, M. 525, 526–7
Livingston, D. 576, 578
Lloyd, G. E. R. 216
Long, D. 50
Long, S. 371
Long, W. J. 600
Lorimer, J. 61, 64
Louden, R. B. 588
Louis XVI, King of France 195
Love, J. B. 239
Luban, D. 39, 55, 223–4, 225
Lucas, J. R. 131
luck 131
circumstantial luck 133–5, 140
constitutive luck 137–9, 140
resultant luck 135–7, 140
role of 133–9
Lui, D. 510
Lund Recommendations on Effective Participation of National Minorities 170, 171
Luskin, R. C. 441
Lyon, S. 515
McCarthy, T. 82, 666
McCarty, R. 601
McDermott, P. 351
MacDonald, K. 405, 406, 408
MacDonald, T. 416, 418
McDougal, M. 60
McEvoy, K. 157, 161
McGee, R. 459
McGeer, V. 607
Mac Ginty, R. 161
McGregor, L. 161
Machiavelli, N. 22, 23, 27–8, 50
MacIntyre, A. C. 176n1, 604, 627
Mackintosh, J. 22
Macklem, P. 175
McInnes, C. 362
McMahan, J. 196, 209, 226, 227, 666, 669–70, 671, 672
McMahon, P. 515
Magone, C. 298
Malcolm, N. 23, 30
male prostitution 87, 89, 90–3, 95–7
Malloch-Brown, M. 549
Maltais, A. 540
Mandaville, P. 202
Manin, B. 441
Mani, R. 158
Manning, W. 27
Mansbridge, J. 443
Maoz, Z. 266
Mapel, D. 496
Mapping Militant Organizations 238–9
Marchetti, R. 388, 390, 670
Marco, C. 514
Marcuse, H. 75
Markell, P. 621–2
Markoff, J. 248
Marks, S. 304
Marshall, S. 459
Marsh Commission (1997) 267
Martel, F. 372
Martí, J. L. 631
Martin, B. 280
Marxism
capital and class 655–6
critique of IPT 652–62, 659–61
international political space 653–5
in IR 657–9
Marx, K. 56, 75–6, 118, 649, 655, 656, 662nn2&5
critique of capitalism 659–61
mass atrocities 300, 330–9
mass poverty 548, 552, 553, 555
Masullo Jiménez, J. 280–1
Mathews, F. 436
Mato Oput, Uganda 155
Matthias, A. 254
Maurer, P. 289
May, L. 216, 222
Maynor, J. 627, 629
Mazower, M. 61
McPherson, C. B. 431
MDGs (Millennium Development Goals) 549, 555, 596
Meaningful Human Control (MHC) 251
Mearsheimer, J. 10, 51, 54
meat consumption 469
Meckled-Garcia, S. 488, 671
Medda-Windischer, R. 176n3
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF, Doctors without Borders) 295, 300, 323–4, 569
media warfare 242–3
Mégret, F. 149
Meier, B. 161
Meier, P. 353
Meinecke, F. 23, 50
Meisels, T. 240–1
Mellinger, A. 111–12
Mellor, M. 180
membership-dependent cosmopolitanism 120–2, 126
Mercer, J. 600, 602, 603
Merry, S. E. 310
methodological pluralism 30
Meyer, J. 170
MHC (Meaningful Human Control) 251
Michelet, J. 216
Midgley, M. 256
Mieth, F. 157, 161
migration 176n3, 520–31, 565–6
climate migrants 470
intimates 525–7
motivational/institutional constraints 529–30
refugees 77, 521–2, 523–5
rights of migrants 77
skill-based 527–8
state duties 522–9
trends in 521–2
vulnerable populations 527–9
Mikdashi, M. 377
Milanovič, B. 123, 124
Miles, K. 65
Milford, A. 514
military pacifism 222
military prostitution 87, 89, 90–3, 95–7
Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 549, 555, 596
Miller, C. 618
Miller, D. 104, 126, 138, 388, 453–4, 517n5, 520, 524, 629, 666, 670
duty of assistance (DA) 490–1
fair trade 508, 512, 514
nation-states 173, 174
political legitimacy 400, 411
(p. 696) Miller-Dawkins, M. 456, 459, 460
Mill, J. S. 66
Mills, C. W, 24, 666
Mills, K. 204
Milošević, S. 277
minority rights 166–75, 348–9, 352
importance of 175
within IPT 171–4
minority problems to minority rights 168–70
minority question in IR 167–8
misrecognition 364, 365–6, 614, 621
Mitzen, J. 445–6
mobilization 311
Moellendorf, D. 484
Mohanty, C. T. 351
Mohawk Nation 349
Moisi, D. 600
Mokyr, J. 112
Möller, N. 415, 417, 419–20
Montague, P. 589
Montefiore, S. S. 23
Montgomery bus boycott 275
Montreal Declaration 371
Montreal Protocol 535–6
MONUSCO (UN Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo) 322
Moon, K. 89, 91
Moore, D. 267
Moore, G. E. 256, 588, 604<