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The Ethics of Armed Conflict: A Cosmopolitan Just War Theory

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The Ethics of Armed Conflict: A Cosmopolitan Just War Theory
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Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0748645756
ISBN-13: 9780748645756
Number of pages: 256

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Just war theory exists to stop armies and countries from using armed force without good cause. But how can we judge whether a war is just? In this original book, John W. Lango takes some distinctive approaches to the ethics of armed conflict.

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