How just is the war on terror?: a question of morality
This timely and important book about ethics and military action in the age of terrorism examines both general and ethical considerations relevant to war, as well as current U.S. and Coalition operations in Iraq.
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CHAPTER THREE Rules of Engagement
CHAPTER FOUR Fighting the War on Terror
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