IS REMOTE WARFARE MORAL? Weighing Issues of Life + Death from 7,000 Miles
Examines remote warfare within the context of the just war tradition, virtue, moral psychology, and moral responsibility. Chapa examines how the morality of human decisions in remote war is situated within the broader moral context of U.S. foreign policy and the future of warfare.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 1987283
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