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Waltz and Art might be reasoning as follows: Version 1 1 Agents (states or individuals) do not have moral obligations to others if there is no coercive authority to enforce them. 2 There is no coercive authority, over and above states, which can ensure that states comply with duties to members of other states. Therefore C States are under no obligations to non-citizens and are entitled to pursue their national interest. This defence of the ‘national interest’ and critique of cosmopolitanism fails, however, because its first premise is implausible.
477. 14 Ibid. 15 Ibid. , p. 478. 17 Ibid. 18 Ibid. 19 A good illustration of the way in which the political parties have subordinated the case for supporting the arts to the concerns of accountants is provided in what purports to be a defence of the Labour Party’s commitment to the arts. Note the priorities expressed in Sir David Puttnam’s letter to The Independent newspaper: ‘New Labour’s Road to the Manifesto identifies the economic significance of the arts, as well as their “enormous impact on education, leisure and the quality of life”.
A final point to make about the ‘argument from impotence’ is simply that the most thorough research on the issue does not support its pessimism. In Does Aid Work? Robert Cassen and his associates argue that whilst aid programmes do face pitfalls, aid can and does work. They chronicle, for example, the positive impact that aid can have on development. 38 36 COSMOPOLITANISM, REALISM NATIONAL INTEREST Realist scepticism about the efficacy of aid programmes is therefore simply not compatible with the facts.