Saving Soldiers or Civilians

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Saving Soldiers or Civilians
Author : Sebastian Kaempf
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 03 May 2018
ISBN : 9781108427647
Pages : 305
File Size : 43,5 Mb
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"While the United States has not lost its appetite for war, the way in which its conflicts are being waged has changed dramatically."--Provided by publisher.

Saving Soldiers or Civilians
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"While the United States has not lost its appetite for war, the way in which its conflicts are being waged has changed dramatically."--Provided by publisher.

Civilians and War in Europe  1618 1815
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Civilians and War in Europe 1618–1815 is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary look at the role of civilians in early modern warfare, from the Thirty Years War to the end of the Napoleonic Wars. Drawing on works by scholars in art, literature, history, and political theory, the contributors to this volume explore the

Soldiers and Civilians
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Essays on the emerging military-civilian divide in the United States.

The Civilianization of War
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Why are civilian populations targeted in modern wars despite laws and ethical claims insisting on civilian protections? This book offers answers.

Experiences of War in Europe and the Americas  1792   1815
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This work seeks to offer a new way of viewing the French Wars of 1792–1815. Most studies of this period offer international, political, and military analyses using the French Revolution and Napoleon as the prime mover. But this book focuses on military and civilian responses to French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars,

Civilian Casualties in War
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According to UNICEF, the number of civilian casualties in war climbed from 5 percent at the turn of the twentieth century to more than 90 percent at the end of that century. Additionally, the current war against ISIS has racked up a staggering number of civilian deaths, including children. The days when

Innocent Civilians
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Why is it that soldiers may be killed in war but civilians may not be killed? By tracing the evolution of the principle of non-combatant immunity in Western thought from its medieval religious origins to its modern legal status, Colm McKeogh attempts to answer this question. In doing so he

Soldiers  Politicians  and Civilians
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This book argues that for a nation to become fully democratic, it must strengthen the interactions between its soldiers, politicians, and civilians.