Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility To Protect
Who Should Intervene?
Reviews and Awards
Winner of a Notable Book Award in 2011 by the International Studies Association
"James Pattison should be congratulated on writing a comprehensive, coherent and rigorous account of the rights and wrongs of humanitarian intervention." - Graham Long, Global Discourse
"There is much to admire in Pattison's book. It gives us a systematic analysis of the problem of humanitarian intervention, moving easily from philosophical first principles to practical discussion of the logistics of intervention. Such breadth of approach seems to me essential if we are to gain a proper perspective on this most controversial of issues in international politics today." - David Miller, Global Discourse
"I would recommend this text to all those who want to take the debate surrounding humanitarian intervention- and the responsibility to protect- one step further." - Adrian Gallagher, Political Studies Review