Contents: Introduction: the ethical context of foreign policy, David B. MacDonald and Robert G. Patman. Part 1 Morality and War on Terror: Exceptionalism, the Holocaust, and American foreign policy, David MacDonald; The America who would be king: in praise of moral restraint, or concerns of an acolyte of Thomas Hobbes, James R. Flynn; Ethics and national security in the age of international terrorism, Barry Cooper. Part 2 Moral and Global Security: The ethics of the 'new international policing', B.K Greener-Barcham; Liberal interventionism versus international law: Blair's wars against Kosovo and Iraq, Nicholas J. Wheeler and Rachel J. Owen; Morality, media and international conflict, Jeremy Hall. Part 3 Morality, Culture and Economics: How to be good: morality in Japan's and Germany's foreign policy, Dirk Nabers; Interdependence, states and community: ethical concerns and foreign policy in ASEAN, Simon S.C. Tay; The ethical challenge of trade policy, Andrew Stoeckel; The ethical challenges of political corruption in a globalized political economy, Alfredo Rehren. Part 4 Morality, Law, and the Practitioners: The ethical challenges of terrorism and rogue regimes, Richard V. Allen; The ethics of foreign policy, Hon. Phil Goff; International security and the law: is international law still relevant during armed conflict?, K.J. Keith; Pious hope or realist instrument? Challenges from the pursuit of international criminal justice, Susan Lamb. Conclusion: Some reflections on ethics and foreign policy, Stephen Haigh, David B. MacDonald and Robert G. Patman; Index.