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Rogue states : the rule of force in world affairs / Noam Chomsky
Bib ID 504729
Format BookBook
Author
Chomsky, Noam
 
Description Cambridge, MA : South End Press, c2000 
254 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0896086127 (cloth)
0896086119 (paper)
0745317081
Full contents
  • 1. Rogues' Gallery: Who Qualifies?
  • 2. Rogue States
  • 3. Crisis in the Balkans
  • 4. East Timor Retrospective
  • 5. "Plan Colombia"
  • 6. Cuba and the US Government: David vs. Goliath
  • 7. Putting on the Pressure: Latin America
  • 8. Jubilee 2000
  • 9. "Recovering Rights": A Crooked Path
  • 10. The United States and the "Challenge of Universality"
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-241) and index.

Subjects Aggression (International law)  |  Intervention (International law)  |  Rule of law.

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