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Humanitarian Intervention as a Method of War
War makes itself visible as a way of existence through which human condition is defined. This way of existence does not appear to be a negative feature elevated to the level of immanence in anyone's relationship with others. On the contrary, it seems to be reduced to the continuity of existence both singularly and collectively. It is because war is no longer a direct means of attack, at least in the sense of protecting its own existence; it has made itself legitimate with a new identity, in the name of "humanitarian intervention". Although the legitimizing means of this new identity in which the war makes itself visible is based on legal justifications, these justifications did not allow for a structural transformation in the concept of war itself. In other words, moral, legal and human boundaries between direct attack and humanitarian intervention have not been drawn. In this study, moral and legal contradictions in war initiatives attempted to be legalized and justified by immanent statements of "humanitarian intervention", will be trying to be grounded on the opposition between speech and action and it will be argued that human intervention is another way of war.

Humanitarion intervention, political realism, just war, ethics, human rights.

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