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PIED1511 - Module Reading List

International Politics, 2011/12, Semester 1
Professor Clive Jones
C.A.Jones@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Essential Reading

It is essential that students consult the following texts:

John Baylis and Steve Smith (ed.), The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations. (Oxford, 4th edition 2008) http://www.oup.com/uk/catalogue/ There are copies in the Edward Boyle and Brotherton libraries. There are also copies of previous editions, which are also useful: The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations. However, it is recommended that you buy a copy the fourth edition from the University bookstore as this reading list is written with that edition in mind.

 Robert Jackson and Georg Sorensen, Introduction to international relations : theories and approaches (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1st edition 1999 or 2nd edition 2003) and Andrew Heywood (hereafter Heywood), Global Politics (Palgrave, 2011).

Although it is not listed below there are many copies of Joshua S. Goldstein’s International Relations New York ; London : Longman 1st to 5th edition in the Edward Library. You may find this a helpful substitute for these two recommended books.

Another useful new book is Tim Dunne et.al. International relations theories : discipline and diversity y  OUP, 2007.

Students will also find useful the following online journal http://www.e-ir.info  which contains numerous short articles that relate to many of the topics and themes we will be discussing in the seminars. Again, take time to familiarise yourself with the articles.

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Week 2

Lecture: Realism, International Society and the problem of Anarchy

Seminar questions : What is meant by the term Westphalian system? What is the Realist view of the way states behave under conditions of anarchy? How does the ‘social constructivist’ view differ from this?

Essential reading:

David Armstrong, ‘The Evolution of International Society’ in Baylis and Smith (eds.), The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations. pp.36-53.

Tim Dunne and Brian Schmidt, ‘Realism’ in Baylis and Smith (eds.), The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations. pp.92-106.

Haywood, Chapter 3, pp.53-61.

Jackson and Sorensen An introduction to international relations, chs.2-3

Steven Lamy, ‘Contemporary Mainstream approaches: neorealism and neo-liberalism’ in Baylis and Smith (eds.), The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations. pp.124-141.

Further reading:

Kenneth Waltz, Theory of international politics Random House, c1979.

Ken Booth and Nick Wheeler, The security dilemma : fear, cooperation, and trust in world politics, Palgrave, 2008.

Ken Booth and Nick Wheeler, ‘The Security Dilemma’, in Baylis and Rengger, (eds.) Dilemmas of world politics : international issues in a changing world Oxford, 1992.

Martin Hollis and Steve Smith, Explaining and understanding international relations, pp.92-170.

Chris Brown Understanding international relations, ch.3.

Andrew Linklater, ‘Neo-realism in Theory and Practice’, in Ken Booth and Steve Smith (eds) International relations theory today, pp.241-262.

Barry Buzan, Charles Jones, and Richard Little. The logic of anarchy : neorealism to structural realism New York : Columbia University Press, c1993.

Scott Burchill ... [et al.]. Theories of international relations Basingstoke : Palgrave, 2001. ch.2

Robert Keohane (ed.) Neorealism and its critics Columbia University Press, 1986.

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Week 3

Lecture: Liberalism and  the Democratic Peace

Seminar questions : What are the main factors, according to Kant and Doyle, that create peace between liberal democratic states / republics? What is the implication of this for the conduct of relations with the non-liberal world? Is ‘democracy promotion’ a wise policy?

Essential reading:

Chris Brown Understanding international relations, Chpt.3.

Tim Dunne, ‘Liberalism’, in Baylis and Smith, The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations..

Michael Doyle, 'Liberalism and World Politics,' in The American political science review. Vol.80 No.4 1986. Available electronically through JSTOR.

David Heywood, Global politics,  pp.61-66.

Jackson and Sorensen, An introduction to international relations pp.120-137.

Additional  reading:

Burchill et.al. Theories of international relations pp.55-83.

Michael Doyle, ‘A liberal view: preserving and expanding the liberal pacific union’ in T.V. Paul and John A. Hall (eds.) International order and the future of world politics, Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999, pp.41-67.

Michael W. Doyle. Ways of war and peace : realism, liberalism, and socialism Norton, c1997

John M. Owen, ‘How Liberalism Produces Democratic Peace’ International security. Vol.19, No.2, 1994, pp.87-125. See also Neorealist criticism of Liberal Democratic Peace Theory in this edition of International Security.

D.Deudney and G.J.Ikenberry, ‘The Nature and Sources of Liberal International Order’, Review of international studies. Vol.25 No.2 (1999), pp.179-196.

D.Deudney Bounding power : republican security theory from the polis to the global village, Princeton University Press, 2007.

G.John Ikenberry, ‘ Liberal hegemony and the future of American post-war order ’, T.V. Paul and John A. Hall (eds.) International order and the future of world politics, Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999, pp.123-145. High Demand Article 10038.

G.John Ikenberry and Daniel Deudney, ‘ America's liberal hegemonyCurrent history. Vol.98 pt.624, 1999, pp.23-28; High Demand Article 10044.

Robert W. Tucker, ‘The triumph of Wilsonianism? ’ World policy journal.. Vol.10 No.4, Winter 1993/94. Available electronically via EBSCO.

For the realist response to ‘democracy promotion’

Randall Schweller, ‘US Democracy Promotion: Realist Reflections’, in Cox, Ikenberry and Inoguchi, American democracy promotion : impulses, strategies, and impacts, Oxford University Press, 2000, available online.

H.J.Morgenthau, American foreign policy : a critical examination., London: Methuen, 1952, Stack Politcs Q-7.3 MOR, chapter 1 is on High Demand M0853, M0854, M0855, M0856

G.F. Kennan, American diplomacy, London : Secker & Warburg, 1952, Modern History U-6.012Ken

G.F.Kennan, ‘Morality and Foreign Policy’ Foreign affairs. Winter 1986/87, available electronically via ABI Global.

H.Kissinger, American foreign policy, New York : Norton, 1977. Politics Q-7.3 KIS High Demand Article K0390 p.197-213

Jeffrey Goldberg, ‘Breaking Ranks. What turned Brent Scowcroft against the Bush Administration? ’ The New Yorker Online, http://www.newyorker.com/fact/content/articles/051031fa_fact2

‘ The Republican Rift’, The New Yorker Online, http://www.newyorker.com/online/content/articles/051031on_onlineonly01

Robert Tucker and David C. Hendrickson, ‘The Freedom Crusade’, National interest, Fall 2005.

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Week 4

Lecture: Structuralism and Dependency Theory

Seminar Question : How important are economic factors in international relations? What questions does dependency theory seek to answer?  

Baylis and Smith (eds.), The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations., chpts 8,14

Chris Brown Understanding international relations, chpts, 8, 10

Jackson and Sorensen An introduction to international relations, chpts 7-8

Heywood, Global politics, Chpt 2.

Additional Reading

Sean Ehrlich, ‘ Access to protection: Domestic Institutions and Trade policy in Democracies’, International organization., 61/3 (2007), pp.571-606.

Deborah Kay Elms, ‘ New Directions for International Political Economy’, International studies review., 10/2 (2008), pp.239-265.

Marieke de Geode, ‘ Beyond economism in IPE’, Review of international studies., 29/1 (2003), pp.97-98.

Judith L. Goldstein et al, ‘ Institutions in IR: Understanding the effects of the GATT and WTO on World Trade’, International organization., 61/1 (2007), pp.37-68.

John Kurt Jaconsen, ‘ Duelling Constructivisms: a post mortem on the ideas debate in mainstream IR/IPE’, Review of international studies., 29/1 (2003), pp.39-60.

Arie M. Kacowicz, ‘ Globalisation and the North South Divide’, International studies review., 9/4 (2007).

Ray Kiely, ‘ Poverty Reduction through liberalisation: Neoliberalism and the myth of global convergence’, Review of international studies., 33/3 (2007), pp.415-434.

Carl Knight, ‘ A pluralist approach to Global poverty’, Review of international studies., 34/4 (2008), pp.713-734.

Luke Martell, ‘ The Third Wave in Globalisation Theory’, International studies review., 9/2 (2007).

Bruce Bueno de Mesquita and Alistair Smith, ‘ A political economy of aid’, International Organisation , 63/2 (2009), pp.309-340. Available online

Immanuel Wallerstein, ‘ the Inter-state structure of the modern world system’, in  Steve Smith et al, International Theory: Positivism and Beyond, Chpt.4

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Week 5

Lecture:  Critical Approaches to International Politics

Seminar Questions: How ‘critical’ are  those approaches associated with Critical Theories towards our understanding of International Politics?

Essential Reading

Baylis and Smith (eds.), The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations. Chpts 9-10Jackson and Sorensen An introduction to international relations, chpt.6

Heywood, Global politics, pp. 67-73

Alexander Wendt, ‘Anarchy is what states make of it: the social construction of power politics’, International organization. Vol.46, 1992, pp.391-426

Scott Burchill ... [et al.]. Theories of international relations Basingstoke : Palgrave, 2001. ch.8.

Jackson and Sorensen An introduction to international relations, pp.253-9.

Additional  Reading

Michael Barnett, ‘Social Constructivism’, in Baylis and Smith (eds.), The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations. pp.160-173.

Walter Carlsnaes, Thomas Risse and Beth A. Simmons (ed), Handbook of international relations London : SAGE, 2002

Finnemore and Sikkink The Constructivist Research Program in International Relations and Comparative Politics Annual review of political science. Vol. 4, 2001, pp.391-416.

Peter J. Katzenstein (ed.) The culture of national security: norms and identity in world politics, New York : Columbia University Press, c1996

Lundestad, Geir, East, west, north, south : major developments in international relations since 1945 , Ch. 12, pp. 246-274.

Issues in International Politics

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Week 7

Lecture: Collective Security: From the  League of Nations to the United Nations

Seminar questions: Define “collective security”. How is this principle articulated in the aims of the United Nations? What is the difference between peace enforcement and peace keeping? Is the UN worth keeping?

Essential Reading:

The United Nations Charter at: < http://www.un.org/aboutun/charter/index.html >

Inis Claude, Power and international relations., New York : Random House, 1962, Politics Q-0A, Article CO436, 437, 438, 439, 440.

Tim Dunne, ‘Liberalism’ in in Baylis and Smith, The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations., pp.110-121.

Andrew Heywood, Global politics, Chpt.18.

Jackson and Sorensen, An introduction to international relations, pp.117-120

Paul Taylor and Devon Curtis, ‘The United Nations’, in Baylis and Smith, The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations., pp.314-328.

Further Reading:

Paul Taylor, ‘The United Nations and international order’, in Baylis and Smith, The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations. pp.331-355.

Lawrence Ziring, Robert E. Riggs, Jack C. Plano. The United Nations : international organization and world politics. (London : Harcourt College Publishers, c2000).

Clive Archer, International organizations, Imprint London ; New York : Routledge, 2001. Edition 3rd ed. The second edition is available at Politics QO.1Arc or Law L.3Arc.

David M. Malone (eds.) The UN Security Council : from the Cold War to the 21st century, Boulder, Colo. ; London : Lynne Rienner, 2004.

Further Viewing

BBC, Search for peace [videorecording]., available at HDC Counter Video 012

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Week 8

Lecture: Human Rights and Humanitarian Intervention.

Seminar Questions : What are ‘human rights’ and is there a universal consensus on what they are? Is there such a thing as a ‘world society’ and if so how does this change the concept of state responsibility? What is a ‘good international citizen’? Why is humanitarian intervention so controversial?

Essential Reading:

Chris Brown, ‘Human Rights’ in Baylis and Smith, The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations., pp.508-521.

Andrew Heywood, Global politics, Chpt.13.

Richard Shapcott, ‘International Ethics’, in Baylis and Smith, The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations., pp.194-206.

Nicholas J. Wheeler and Alex Bellamy, ‘Humanitarian Intervention and world politics’, in Baylis and Smith, The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations., pp.524-39

Further Reading:

On cosmopolitanism

Linklater, A., ‘Citizenship and Sovereignty in the Post Westphalian State’, European journal of international relations., 2 (1996), 77-103.

Linklater, A., The transformation of political community : ethical foundations of the Post-Westphalian era (Oxford: Polity Press, 1998).

Linklater, A., ‘Citizenship and Sovereignty in the Post-Westphalian European State’, in D. Archibugi, D. Held and M. Kohler (eds.), Re-imagining political community : studies in cosmopolitan democracy (Oxford: Polity Press, 1998).

Linklater, A., ‘Cosmopolitan Citizenship’, in K. Hutchings and R. Dannreuther (eds.), Cosmopolitan citizenship, (Basingstoke: Macmillan 1999).

Daniele Archibugi, David Held and Martin Köhler (eds.) Re-imagining political community : studies in cosmopolitan democracy Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1998.

David Held Democracy and the global order : from the modern state to cosmopolitan governance, Cambridge : Polity, 1995.

Daniele Archibugi and David Held. (eds.) Cosmopolitan democracy : an agenda for a new world order, Cambridge : Polity Press, 1995.

…on good international citizenship

Dunne T. and N. J. Wheeler, ‘Good international citizenship: a Third Way for British foreign policy’, International Affairs., 74 (1998), 847- 70.

Linklater, A., ‘The good international citizen and the crisis in Kosovo’, in A. Schnabel and R. Thakur (eds.), Kosovo and the challenge of humanitarian intervention : selective indignation, collective action, and international citizenship (Tokyo, New York and Paris: United Nations University Press, 2000).

...on humanitarian intervention

Nicholas J. Wheeler, Saving strangers : humanitarian intervention in international society, Oxford University Press, 2000.

Wheeler, Nick (1992), ‘ Pluralist or solidarist conceptions of international society : Bull and Vincent on humanitarian intervention,’ Millennium.. Vol.21 No.3, High Demand Article W0383

Wheeler, N.J. and Justin Morris, (1996) ‘Humanitarian Intervention and State Power at the End of the Cold War,’ in Rick Fawn and Jeremy Larkins, International society after the Cold War : anarchy and order reconsidered, Macmillan.

John Young and John Kent, International relations since 1945 : a global history Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2004, pp.653-687.

James Mayall (ed.) The new interventionism, 1991-1994 : United Nations experience in Cambodia, former Yugoslavia, and Somalia (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) Student Ref/Student Loan/BLWest Politics Q-0.1May.

Oliver Ramsbotham and Tom Woodhouse (1996), Humanitarian intervention in contemporary conflict : a re-conceptualization (Cambridge : Polity Press, 1996) Student Ref/Student Loan/BLWest Politics Q-0.7Ram.

Kuperman, Alan J. (2001) The limits of humanitarian intervention : genocide in Rwanda, Washington D.C., Brookings Institution Press. See review of this by David Carment in Contemporary security policy. Vol.23, No.2, 2002, pp.172-173.

Melvern, Linda, (2001a) ‘The Security Council: behind the scenes’, International affairs. Vol.77 No.1 January.

Power, Samantha, A problem from hell : America and the age of genocide, Basic Books Student Loan / Student Ref / BL West Modern History U-0.012Pow

Shawcross, William (2000) Deliver us from evil : warlords and peacekeepers in a world of endless conflict New York: Simon and Schuster. Student Ref / Student Loan / BL West Politics Q-0.1 Shaw

Bellamy, Alex (2002), Kosovo and international society (Palgrave) Student Ref / Student Loan / BL West Politics 3.0314Bel.

Booth, Ken, (ed.), (2000), The Kosovo tragedy : the human rights dimensions, Frank Cass. Student Ref/Student Loan/BLWest Politics H-3.144Boo. This is also available as a special issue of the International journal of human rights..

Jennifer M. Welsh (Eds.) Humanitarian intervention and international relations Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2004. Electronic Book.

J.L. Holzgrefe and Robert O. Keohane (eds) Humanitarian intervention : ethical, legal and political dilemmas /. Published Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2003.

FORUM: Humanitarian Intervention and International Society International journal of human rights., Spring 2002, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 79-80(2)

Newman E REVIEW ARTICLE - Humanitarian Intervention Legality and Legitimacy International journal of human rights.. , Winter 2002, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 102-120(19)

Further Viewing

BBC, Search for peace [videorecording]., available at HDC Counter Video 012

BBC, When good men do nothing [videorecording]., Panorama, available HDC Counter Video ? (warning: this video contains scenes of massacres).

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Week 9

Lecture: International Relations Theory and the Middle East

Seminar Question : Does any one paradigm offer a convincing explanation for the politics of the Middle East? Why is the Middle East the source of so much conflict? What factors have shaped and defined the ‘Arab Spring’?

Essential Reading:

See the collection of essays on the Arab Spring at http://www.e-ir.info/? page_id=2253

Buruma, Ian, and Margalit, Avisahi, ‘Occidentalism’, New York Review of Books., 49:1 (17 January 2002), pp. 4-7.

Cole, Juan R I and Deniz Kandiyoti, ‘ Nationalism and the Colonial legacy in the Middle East and Central Asia’, International journal of Middle East studies., 32/2 (2002).

Gause, F. Gregory, ‘ Systemic Approaches to Middle East International Relations’, International studies review., Vol.1, No.1 (Spring 1999).

Halliday, Fred, The Middle East in international relations : power, politics and ideology (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005), Pt. 1, pp. 21-74.

Hinnebusch, Raymond and A. Ehteshami. The foreign policies of Middle East states. Chpts.2-3.

Hinnebusch, Raymond, ‘The Politics of Identity in Middle Eastern International Relations’, Ch. 7 in Louise Fawcett (ed.), International Relations of the Middle East ( Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 148-169.

Fawcett, Louise  (eds.) International relations of the Middle East Oxford University Press, 2005, chpt.7

Further Reading:

Ahron Bregman, Jihan El-Tahri, The fifty years war : Israel and the Arabs, London : Penguin, 1998.

Yezid Sayigh and Avi Shlaim (eds.) The Cold War and the Middle East Oxford : Clarendon Press : Oxford University Press, 1997.

Yoram Meital, Peace in tatters : Israel, Palestine, and the Middle East Boulder, Colo. ; London : Lynne Rienner, 2006.

Beverley Milton-Edwards and Peter Hinchcliffe, Conflicts in the Middle East since 1945  Oxford : Routledge, 2004.

Jan Selby, Water, power and politics in the Middle East : the other Israeli-Palestinian conflict, London : I. B. Tauris, 2003.

Michael Dumper, The politics of sacred space : the old city of Jerusalem in the Middle East conflict Boulder, Colo. ; London : Lynne Rienner, 2002.

Roy R. Andersen, Robert F. Seibert, Jon G. Wagner, Politics and change in the Middle East : sources of conflict and accommodation, Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, 2001.

Bassam Tibi, Conflict and war in the Middle East : from interstate war to new security  Basingstoke : Macmillan, 1997

Conflict and war in the Middle East, 1967-91 : regional dynamic and the superpowers / Bassam Tibi ; translated by Clare Krojzl, Macmillan in association with the Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, 1993.

James L. Gelvin, The Israel-Palestine conflict : one hundred years of war Cambridge, New York : Cambridge University Press, 2005.

Web sources

http://meria.idc.ac.il/journal/2006/issue1/jv10no1a2.html (Orientalism)

http://meria.idc.ac.il/journal/1997/issue3/jv1n3a8.html

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Week 10

Lecture: Huntington’s Clash of Civilization’s and the War on Terrorism

Seminar Question: What, according to Huntington is a ‘civilization’? Why, again according to Huntington, do they clash? Is the ‘war on terror’ the latest manifestation of the clash of civilizations?

Essential Reading:

Andrew Heywood, Global politics, Chpt.8.

Samuel Huntington, ‘ The clash of civilizations ’, ArticleH0428, 0429, 0430, 0431, 0432.

Holly Flynn-Piercy, ‘Huntington’s Clash of Civilisations’ at http://www.e-ir.info/? p=13403

Simon Murden, ‘Culture in world affairs’, in Baylis and Smith, The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations..

Michael Cox, ‘From the cold war to the war on terror’, Baylis and Smith, The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations.,

Further Reading:

Samuel Huntington, The clash of civilizations and the remaking of world order, London, Free Press, 2002. See also Ken Booth, ‘Review of The clash of civilisations and the remaking of world order’, The political quarterly.. . 68(4) 1997 October-December, 425-427.

Ken Booth and Tim Dunne, Worlds in collision: terror and the future of global order, Palgrave, 2002.

M.Ruthven, A fury for God : the Islamist attack on America Granta Book, 2002.

Lavina Rajendram, ‘Does the clash of civilisations paradigm provide a persuasive explanation of international politics after September 11th? ’ Cambridge Review of International Affairs. 15(2) 2002 July, 217-232

Benjamin Barber, Jihad versus McWorld, pp.205-216.

Henry Munson, ‘Islam, nationalism and resentment of foreign domination’ Middle East policy., Vol.x no.2, summer 2003, pp.40-53

Lisa Wedeen, ‘Beyond the Crusades: Why Huntington and bin Laden are wrong’ Middle East policy.. , Vol.X No.2, Summer 2003, pp.54-61

Quintan Wikorowicz and John Kalter ‘Killing in the nation of Islam: Al Qaeda’s justification for September 11’, Middle East policy.. , Vol.X No.2 Summer 2003, pp.76 92

Guilain Denoeux, ‘The Forgotten Swamp: Navigating Political Islam’ Middle East policy.  Vol.IX, No.2, June 2002, pp.56-81

Emanuel Sivan, ‘The clash within Islam’, Survival. Vol.45, No.1, Spring 2003, pp.25-44.

Ann M. Lesch, ‘Osama bin Laden: Embedded in the Middle East crisis’, Middle East policy.. Vol.IX, No.2, June 2002, pp.82-9

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Week 11

Lecture: The Iraq War 2003 and its Implications for International Relations.

Seminar: Was the Iraq war a ‘just war’? What is meant by ‘unipolarity’? How useful is Nye’s notion of soft power in understanding US foreign policy?  Which are the rising powers in the world today? To what extent do they challenge US hegemony?

Essential Reading:

Michael Cox, ‘From the cold war to the war on terror’, Baylis and Smith, The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations., pp.83-87.

Richard Shapcott, ‘International Ethics’, Baylis and Smith, The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations., pp.201-2.

Christian Reus-Smit, ‘International Law’, Baylis and Smith, The globalization of world politics: an introduction to international relations., pp.288-9.

Brooks Stephen G., & Wohlforth, William C., ‘American Primacy in Perspective’, Foreign affairs., 81:4 (July-Aug 2002), pp. 20-33.

Hurrell, Andrew, ‘Hegemony, Liberalism and Global Order: What Space for Would-be GreatPowers? ’ International affairs. s , 82 : 1 (Jan 2006), pp. 1-20.

Snyder, Jack, ‘Imperial Temptations’, The National Interest, 71, (Spring 2003), pp. 29-40.

Further Reading:

M.Sifry and C.Cerf, The Iraq war reader : history, documents, opinions Touchstone Book, 2003.

Philippe Sands Lawless world : America and the making and breaking of global rules  London : Allen Lane, 2005, pp.174-203.

Christoph Bluth, ‘ The British road to war: Blair, Bush and the decision to invade Iraq’, International affairs., 80: 5, ( 2004) 851– 872.

Jason Ralph, Tony Blair’s “new doctrine of international community” and the UK decision to invade Iraq’ at http://www.polis.leeds.ac.uk/research/working-papers.php

Enemark, Christian, Michaelsen, Christopher, ‘Just War Doctrine and the Invasion of Iraq’, The Australian journal of politics and history.. Volume 51, Number 4, 2005, pp. 545-563.

Jutta Brunnée and Stephen J Toope The Use of Force: International Law After Iraq International and Comparative Law Quarterly., Oct 2004; 53: 785 - 806.

N.D. White and E.P.J. Myjer ‘The Use of Force Against Iraq’, Journal of conflict and security law.. 2003 8: 1-14

John Yoo ‘Agora: Future Implication of the Iraq Conflict: International law and the War in Iraq’, American journal of international law. 97 (2003).

Steven Wheatley, ‘The Security Council, Democratic Legitimacy and Regime Change in Iraq’, European journal of international law = Journal européen de droit international..  June 2006; 17: 531 – 551

Alex J. Bellamy, ‘Is the War on Terror Just? ’, International relations. 19 (3) 2005.

Alex J. Bellamy Just wars : from Cicero to Iraq, Polity 2006.

Eric Patterson, ‘Just war in the 21st century: re-conceptualizing just war theory after September 11’ International politics. 42(1) 2005 March, 116-134

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