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Ändamålet helgar medlen?

Aringer, Martin LU (2010) FKVK01 20101
Department of Political Science
Abstract
The essays purpose is to highlight the complexity of illicit weapons and it´s usage during conflicts that can be argued as just. The criteria’s of Jus in Bellum and Jus ad Bellum from the Just War theory is used to examine if conflicts containing illicit weapons can be argued as just. Apart from the theories view on what is just the illicit arms trade and the UN: s efforts to combat the arms trade are topics within this essay. Examples of conflicts fought with illicit arms creates a base for a discussion if illicit arms can be a part of a just war and thereby justified, or not. The examples also show that the arms embargo as a tool of the UN is problematic. The summery of the essay contains arguments that the Just War theory should be... (More)
The essays purpose is to highlight the complexity of illicit weapons and it´s usage during conflicts that can be argued as just. The criteria’s of Jus in Bellum and Jus ad Bellum from the Just War theory is used to examine if conflicts containing illicit weapons can be argued as just. Apart from the theories view on what is just the illicit arms trade and the UN: s efforts to combat the arms trade are topics within this essay. Examples of conflicts fought with illicit arms creates a base for a discussion if illicit arms can be a part of a just war and thereby justified, or not. The examples also show that the arms embargo as a tool of the UN is problematic. The summery of the essay contains arguments that the Just War theory should be further developed to contain the factor of illicit arms, as well as two drafts of this possible adding. (Less)
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author
Aringer, Martin LU
supervisor
organization
alternative title
En diskussion om illegala vapen kan rättfärdigas inom rättfärdiga krig
course
FKVK01 20101
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
rättfärdiga krig, illegala vapen, vapenembargo, FN, självförsvar
language
Swedish
id
1609256
date added to LUP
2010-06-29 12:55:55
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2015-12-14 13:34:37
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  abstract     = {The essays purpose is to highlight the complexity of illicit weapons and it´s usage during conflicts that can be argued as just. The criteria’s of Jus in Bellum and Jus ad Bellum from the Just War theory is used to examine if conflicts containing illicit weapons can be argued as just. Apart from the theories view on what is just the illicit arms trade and the UN: s efforts to combat the arms trade are topics within this essay. Examples of conflicts fought with illicit arms creates a base for a discussion if illicit arms can be a part of a just war and thereby justified, or not. The examples also show that the arms embargo as a tool of the UN is problematic. The summery of the essay contains arguments that the Just War theory should be further developed to contain the factor of illicit arms, as well as two drafts of this possible adding.},
  author       = {Aringer, Martin},
  keyword      = {rättfärdiga krig,illegala vapen,vapenembargo,FN,självförsvar},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Ändamålet helgar medlen?},
  year         = {2010},
}