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Tony Blair, humanitarian intervention, and the “new doctrine of the international community”
Jim Whitman

intervention as a right of states or as customary international law is not only that it runs the risk of making conformity to the non-interventionist provisions of the UN Charter àla carte , but that it creates a climate in which the same quality of moral imperative can readily be directed to other purposes: for establishing democracy, ushering in human rights, or—as we have now seen—eliminating weapons of

in Intelligence and national security policymaking on Iraq