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Author Bass, Gary Jonathan, 1969-
Title Freedom's battle : the origins of humanitarian intervention / Gary J. Bass.
Publication Info New York : Vintage, 2009.
Edition 1st Vintage books ed.


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 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  JZ6369 .B37 2009  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE
1 copy being processed for BJL.

Descript x, 509 p. ; 21 cm.
Edition 1st Vintage books ed.
Contents Introduction -- Humanitarianism or imperialism? -- Media and solidarity -- The diplomacy of humanitarian intervention -- Greeks -- The Greek revolution -- The Scio massacre -- The London Greek committee -- America and the Greeks -- Lord Byron's war -- Canning -- The Holy alliance -- A rumor of slaughter -- Navarino -- Syrians -- France under the second empire -- The massacres -- Public opinion -- Occupying Syria -- Mission creep -- Bulgarians -- The Eastern question -- Pan-slavism -- Bosnia and Serbia -- Bulgarian horrors -- The Russo-Turkish war -- The Midlothian campaign -- Conclusion -- Armenians -- The uses of history -- The international politics of humanitarian intervention -- The domestic politics of humanitarian intervention -- A new imperialism?.
ISBN 9780307279873
0307279871
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Author Bass, Gary Jonathan, 1969-
Subject Humanitarian intervention -- History.
Humanitarian intervention -- Case studies.
Descript x, 509 p. ; 21 cm.
Edition 1st Vintage books ed.
Contents Introduction -- Humanitarianism or imperialism? -- Media and solidarity -- The diplomacy of humanitarian intervention -- Greeks -- The Greek revolution -- The Scio massacre -- The London Greek committee -- America and the Greeks -- Lord Byron's war -- Canning -- The Holy alliance -- A rumor of slaughter -- Navarino -- Syrians -- France under the second empire -- The massacres -- Public opinion -- Occupying Syria -- Mission creep -- Bulgarians -- The Eastern question -- Pan-slavism -- Bosnia and Serbia -- Bulgarian horrors -- The Russo-Turkish war -- The Midlothian campaign -- Conclusion -- Armenians -- The uses of history -- The international politics of humanitarian intervention -- The domestic politics of humanitarian intervention -- A new imperialism?.
ISBN 9780307279873
0307279871
Author Bass, Gary Jonathan, 1969-
Subject Humanitarian intervention -- History.
Humanitarian intervention -- Case studies.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  JZ6369 .B37 2009  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE
1 copy being processed for BJL.

Subject Humanitarian intervention -- History.
Humanitarian intervention -- Case studies.
Descript x, 509 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents Introduction -- Humanitarianism or imperialism? -- Media and solidarity -- The diplomacy of humanitarian intervention -- Greeks -- The Greek revolution -- The Scio massacre -- The London Greek committee -- America and the Greeks -- Lord Byron's war -- Canning -- The Holy alliance -- A rumor of slaughter -- Navarino -- Syrians -- France under the second empire -- The massacres -- Public opinion -- Occupying Syria -- Mission creep -- Bulgarians -- The Eastern question -- Pan-slavism -- Bosnia and Serbia -- Bulgarian horrors -- The Russo-Turkish war -- The Midlothian campaign -- Conclusion -- Armenians -- The uses of history -- The international politics of humanitarian intervention -- The domestic politics of humanitarian intervention -- A new imperialism?.
ISBN 9780307279873
0307279871

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