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InterAgency Journal 9-2



InterAgency Journal 9-2
Inside this issue: Features Interagency Cooperation: An Ambassador’s Perspective by Thomas J. Miller The Pursuit of Justice: Assistance Needed to Tackle the International Criminal Court’s Prevention Component by Jason Elbert The Business of War: Private Military and Security Companies in Armed Conflict by Kenneth A. Segelhorst “Sovereignty-in-Being”: A Dangerous New… Read More

Featured Article: The Unjustness of the Current Incantation of Jus Post Bellum



Featured Article: The Unjustness of the Current Incantation of Jus Post Bellum
Featured article: The Unjustness of the Current Incantation of Jus Post Bellum by Dan G. Cox Jus post bellum was originally conceived as an extension of modern just war theory. Specifically, it was aimed at examining the justness and morality of actions during war, jus in bello, in relationship to… Read More