How can we judge whether a war is just? John Lango adopts a cosmopolitan approach to formulate a set of morally absolute principles. These can be applied to all forms of armed conflict, however large or small: from interstate wars to UN peacekeeping missions, and from civil wars to counter-insurgency and counter-terrorism operations.
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
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