The Horrors of War – and the Need for Ethics

Journal of Military Ethics 22 (2):87-87 (2024)
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To be publishing this journal as the brutality of war is on display every night on our television screens may seem simultaneously futile and deeply meaningful. With the horrors of Gaza, Israel, and...

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