Justice in International Relations: The 1983 Hagey Lectures (1984)
As outlined in the introductory note to paper 6, Bull’s work on the emergence of the Third World came together with, and gave impetus to, a growing interest in questions of justice. His papers, talks and articles in this area culminated in the Hagey Lectures and were intended to form part of a broader study of justice, to he in some sense a companion volume to The Anarchical Society.
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