Is there such a thing as a rogue state?
University of Melbourne Author/sTHOMPSON, JANNA
AffiliationArts: Department of Philosophy
CitationsThompson, Janna (2002) Is there such a thing as a rogue state?.
Access StatusOpen Access
CAPPE WP no. 2002/8
My main concern in this paper is not the issue of whether the states usually identified as 'rogue' – North Korea, Iraq, and Iran, for example – deserve to be so classified, or whether the term can be plausibly applied to the United States or even Australia. I want to concentrate on the notion of rogue or outlaw state itself – what meaning it has, what it is supposed to imply; whether its use can ever be justified, andhow it is supposed to relate to ideas about just war and international justice that have informed philosophical thinking about relations between state
Keywordsrogue state; outlaw state; violations of human rights; international laws; just war tradition; international society
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