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Just war and against tyranny

Modern Europe’, in B. Simms and D. J. B. Trim (eds), Humanitarian Intervention: A History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 32–4. 52 See Barker, ‘The Authorship of the Vindiciae contra tyrannos’ , 165–6, 171. 53 Trim, ‘If a Prince Use Tyrannie towards his People’, 34. 54 Ibid

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Journalism practice, risk and humanitarian communication

. Chouliaraki , L. , ‘ Post-Humanitarianism: Humanitarian Communication beyond a Politics of Pity ’, International Journal of Cultural Studies , 13 : 2 ( 2010 ), pp. 107 – 26 . Chouliaraki , L. , The Ironic Spectator: Solidarity in the Age of Post-Humanitarianism ( Cambridge : Polity Press , 2013 ). Conboy , M. , Journalism: A Critical History

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The management of migration between care and control

Method . 66 D. Fassin, Humanitarian Reason: A Moral History of the Present , trans. R. Gomme (Berkeley, Los Angeles and London: University of California Press, 2012). 67 M. Bojadžijev and S. Mezzadra , ‘ “Refugee Crisis” or Crisis of European Migration Policies

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–61; R. F. Hamilton, President McKinley, War and Empire (New Brunswick: Transaction, 2006), vol. I, 136; W. Zimmermann, First Great Triumph: How Five Americans Made Their Country a World Power (New York: FSG, 2002), 386–92, 494–9; M. Sewell, ‘Humanitarian Intervention, Democracy, and Imperialism: The American War with Spain, 1898, and After’, in B. Simms and D. J. B. Trim (eds), Humanitarian Intervention: A History (Cambridge: Cambridge University

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Cinema, news media and perception management of the Gaza conflicts

political factors have exacerbated their situation – amongst them, Israel’s expansionist policies of expropriating more land and resources. As Jehad Abu Salim asserts, ‘because the current Gaza Strip is a product of political history, humanitarian discourse contributes to normalizing Gaza’s current reality, transforming it into another case … of hunger and poverty that the international community

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–20. 12 Williams, ‘Back from the USSR’, 37. 13 F. R. Tesón, ‘The Kantian Theory of International Law’, Columbia Law Review , 92:1 (1992), 67–8; Laberge, ‘Humanitarian Intervention’, 18. 14 See S. Axinn, ‘Kant, Authority, and the French Revolution’, Journal of the History of Ideas , 32:3 (1971), 179–92; L. W. Beck, ‘Kant and the Right of

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done: aid is always ‘insufficient to the need’.6 In his discussion of the bombing of Afghanistan, Rieff notes that ‘it was as if war had become impossible for a modern Western country to wage without describing it to some extent in humanitarian terms’.7 In the years since he wrote, war has indeed become ‘humanitarian war’ – the use of military force justified at least in part as h ­ umanitarian – waged to aid the suffering or oppressed.8 Maja Zehfuss calls this ‘ethical war’. She argues that, although the idea of ‘just war’ has a longer history, contemporary ethical

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A bird’s eye view of intervention with emphasis on Britain, 1875–78

Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as the Sanjak of Novipazar. The Berlin Treaty also referred to the treatment and protection of the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire and to the well-being of the Christians. 120 The Berlin Treaty holds a special place in the history of humanitarian intervention. It was agreed that ‘intervention for humanity becomes a basis of a special public law in the relations between Europe and the Porte’, whereby the Porte was henceforth

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From starving children to satirical saviours

adoption of commercial strategies in humanitarian communication has a long history. Visual communication used by NGO campaigns is often developed by external corporate branding organisations. While this signals a change in the communications produced, the NGO maintains control of the messaging of these materials. However, in the case of Facebook, the architecture is imposed not by the NGO but by the

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Guerrilla nursing with the Friends Ambulance Unit, 1946–48

nurses, such as Hughes and Stanley, to meet the Chinese population’s humanitarian needs was mediated by the deepening civil war nested in the onset of the Cold War. Even as the Chinese civil war intensified, the contested state authority and power over humanitarian aid began to be relocated upwards to new liberal Western international organisations and transnational actors, and sideways to social movements 226 Two China ‘gadabouts’ and subgroups. Making humanitarian negotiations central to global nursing-history inquiry illuminates the current challenges of

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