Cultural equality and its soft power against terrorism

He, Baogang 2006, Cultural equality and its soft power against terrorism, in Ethics of war in a time of terror, Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University, Canberra, pp.85-98.

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Title Cultural equality and its soft power against terrorism
Author(s) He, Baogang
Title of book Ethics of war in a time of terror
Editor(s) Enemark, Christian
Publication date 2006
Series Canberra papers on strategy and defence ; no. 163
Total chapters 7
Start page 85
End page 98
Total pages 14
Publisher Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University
Place of Publication Canberra
Keyword(s) terrorism
Summary This book is a collection of papers originally presented at a workshop entitled 'After Nine Eleven: Ethics in the Time of Terror' hosted by Monash University on 24 June 2005. The workshop participants included members of the Ethics of War and Peace (EWAP) working group which was inaugurated at the first Oceanic Conference on International Studies in July 2004. EWAP provides a cross-disciplinary forum for scholars and non-academic professionals to exchange and debate ideas on topics including the ethics of armed intervention, the Just War, pacifist ethics, international humanitarian law, ethics in the military profession, and the relationship between law, ethics and politics.

The chapters within this book examine themes including 'lesser evils' and 'dirty hands' in the fight against terrorism, the ethics of intelligence gathering, humanitarian intervention, terrorism and the North-South divide, cultural equality as a response to terrorism, human rights and counterterrorism legislation, and the ethics of defending against 'bioterrorism'. 

Contributors include Alex Bellamy and Richard Devetak (University of Queensland), Baogang He (Deakin University), Christopher Michaelsen (Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe), Jeremy Moses (University of Canterbury), Christian Enemark and Hugh Smith (University of New South Wales, Australian Defence Force Academy).
Notes " ... a collection of papers originally presented at a workshop entitled 'After Nine Eleven: Ethics in the Time of Terror' hosted by Monash University on 24 June 2005"--Abstract
ISBN 9780731554720
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Language eng
Field of Research 160609 Political Theory and Political Philosophy
HERDC Research category B1 Book chapter
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30000877

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