|授業科目名||法学特講１ 人道的介入の倫理／国際政治特講１ 人道的介入の倫理／国際関係特講１ 人道的介入の倫理／国際法特講１ 人道的介入の倫理／国際関係論特講１ 人道的介入の倫理|
|履修条件||It is preferable that students study or have studied philosophy and international relations. However, if not, students can still take this course.
A related and recommended course is as follws: Political Thought of International Relations.
|科目の目的・到達目標||The purpose of this course is to understand the ethics of humanitarian intervention.
・To describe and evaluate the theoretical and practical frameworks in relation to humanitarian intervention
・To analyze the linkages between legal, political and military dimensions of interventions
・To identify indicators in various local, regional, and global conflicts that may or may not lead to intervention
|授業の概要||Military-Humanitarian interventions have become an integral part of the political make-up of the post-cold war world, often situated at the intersection of the demands of development, human rights, and security. You will be introduced to different forms and definitions of intervention, exploring in particular ’Humanitarian Interventions’ undertaken by military forces, the United Nations, and a range of global institutional actors.
Dealing with historical precedents and ideas of intervention, you will particularly examine the key debates and case studied of humanitarian interventions over the last two decades. The primary questions underpinning this course are ’why’ do interventions occur and ’how’ do they unfold in practice, with ethics a central point of consideration. Conceptual mapping will allow you to determine what does and does not constitute a humanitarian intervention, what is its relationship to international law, the character of peacekeeping missions, as well as consider key questions of gender, doctrines such as "Responsibility to Protect" (R2P), as well as state-building. A range of contemporary case studies will be drawn on from around the world, assisting you to make connections between the theory and practice of interventions.
|授業計画||1. Introduction: What is ethics of humanitarian intervention?
2. History of ideas in the study of international relations: realism and idealism
3. Normative theory of international relations: cosmopolitanism and comunitarianism
4. Human rights issues in international relations
5. What’s wrong? Ethical, Legal and Political perspectives
6. Ethical frameworks: amoral realism, pacifism and just war theory
7. Philosophical consideration: J. S. Mill’s "A Few Words on Non-Intervention"
8. Historical and Legal consideration: Case study Rwanda
9. Political matters?: Case study kosovo
10.The Role of UN: "Responsibility to Protect"
11.Civil war, Terrorism and Intervention: Case study Iraq
12.Armed interventions in the name of "humanity": Human rights and Democracy
13.Becoming a global "good Samaritan" as global citizens in global civil society
14:Review: Justice beyond Borders?
|評価方法||You will be assessed on how well you meet the course’s learning outcomes and on your development against the program learning outcomes. Assessment may include reading assignments and presentations.
Class participation: 30%
Assignments and presentations: 20%
Final exam: 50%
|テキスト・参考文献等||Text: to be announced
Also, a list of recommended learning resources including books, journal articles and web resources will be provided. You will also be expected to seek further resources relevant to the focus of your own learning.
|授業外の学習活動||To prepare for the class, students should read the handouts and complete reading assignments. Also, prepare for the class discussion．
Moreover, after the class, rethink of the class discussion and have your opinion．