Morality and American foreign policy : the role of ethics in international affairs /
Most international relations specialists since World War II have assumed that morality plays only the most peripheral role in the making of substantive foreign policy decisions. To show that moral norms can, and do, significantly affect international affairs, Robert McElroy investigates four cases o...
|Format:||Online Resource eBook|
Princeton University Press,
Princeton, NJ : 2014.
|Series:||Princeton legacy library
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