Tag: justice

Featured article: Bridging the Accountability Gap: The Special Court¬†for Sierra Leone by Dale McFeatters In October 2017, the Army revised Field Manual 3-0, Operations, the capstone doctrine on unified land operations, to focus on conducting and sustaining large-scale combat operations. Large-scale combat operations are the employment of the range of military operations occurring at the […]

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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 negotiations for peace in the […]

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