Forces for good : cosmopolitan militaries in the twenty-first century / Lorraine Elliott, Graeme Cheeseman, editors
- New approaches to conflict analysis
- Pt. 1. Framing contexts. Cosmopolitan ethics and militaries as 'forces for good' / Lorraine Elliott -- Cosmopolitan military actions: who can and will act now? / Gwyn Prins -- The good state as cosmopolitan agent / Peter Lawler -- Cosmopolitan objectives and the strategic challenges of multinational military operations / Alan Ryan -- Logistics and multinational military operations / Susan Smith -- pt. 2. Transnational and regional responses. Cosmopolitan purposes and the United Nations / Marrack Goulding -- NATO: warfighters or cosmopolitan warriors? / Terry Terriff -- Regional organisations and peacekeeping: a study of the ARF / Ralf Emmers -- The European Union Rapid Reaction Force: an embryonic cosmopolitan military? / Terry Terriff -- The Nordic militaries: forces for good? / Annika Bergman -- pt. 3. States as agents: national case studies. US policy debates and practice: a wary cosmopolitan / Victoria K. Holt -- The Canadian forces: a cosmopolitan-minded military? / Michael Rostek -- Australia: a fractured cosmopolitan / Graeme Cheeseman -- The United Kingdom / Andrew Dorman -- New Zealand: armed to make a difference? / Robert Ayson -- Japan as civilian peacekeeper / Eiichi Katahara -- Conclusion: cosmopolitan or cosmopolitan-minded militaries? / Graeme Cheeseman and Lorraine Elliott.
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 293-318) and index.
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