• Ethics after intervention: should warlords be empowered as statesmen?
    Ethic@: An International Journal for Moral Philosophy 16 (1): 109-126. 2017.
    Since the end of the Cold War, when the number of peacekeeping and peacebuilding interventions considerably increased, the debate about their ethics raised as an important aspect regarding both its ends and its means. Literature was roughly divided between those who advocated for an approach centred on global actors, liberal peace and cosmopolitanism and those who stood for the role of local actors and indigenous solutions for the problems in question. In this regard, the relationship that the I…Read more