Femmes dans la guerre aujourd'hui

Multitudes 2 (2):209-217 (2007)
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Abstract

The fate of women in times of war has always been considered something a non-issue, buried as it was, and made banal as part and parcel of the lot of civilian population in general, since women were non-combatants. But looking at more recent conflicts we can no longer pretend that women are in a home front of sorts, as opposed to soldiers in battle, because there is no home front anymore, and women are now right in the middle of armed conflicts, as, for instance, in Algeria and in Bosnia

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