Privatizing war : a moral theory /
This book offers a comprehensive moral theory of privatization in war. It examines the kind of wars that private actors might wage separate from the state and the kind of wars that private actors might wage as functionaries of the state. The first type of war serves to probe the ad bellum question o...
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|Series:||War, conflict and ethics.
- Authorizing war
- Legitimate authority and the monopolization of war
- All affected fundamental interests
- The risk-imposition of war
- Supplying war