In the Shadow of 'just' Wars: Violence, Politics and Humanitarian Action

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Fabrice Weissman, Medicos Sin Fronteras
C. Hurst, 2004 - Humanitarian assistance - 372 pages
In this text international experts and members of the MSF analyse the way issues surrounding the role of aid organizations in just wars have crystallized over the five years spanning the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st.

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Mdecins Sans Frontires/Doctors Without Borders won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1999 for its medical relief work. These essays, by MSF participants and by regional specialists, offer an overview of 13 ... Read full review

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Mdecins Sans Frontires/Doctors Without Borders won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1999 for its medical relief work. These essays, by MSF participants and by regional specialists, offer an overview of 13 ... Read full review

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