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Tag Archives: Clausewitz
by Michael J. Corgan I don’t consider myself a pacifist. I believe there will always be those who choose to resort to war for little or no good reason and others of us must deal with them. However, sometimes … Continue reading
by Michael J. Corgan I am writing in response to the recent post on anti-war veteran activist, Ross Caputi. I don’t consider myself a pacifist since I believe there will always be those who choose to resort to war for little … Continue reading
By guest author Dr. Mike Corgan All our legal and moral strictures about ethics and laws in war presume that war is, in a Clausewitzian sense, a state to state activity. Both Scott Shane and Tom Junod do not fully … Continue reading
By guest author Mike Corgan So far, most of the posts in the just war series in this blog have dealt with the circumstances under which a country can resort to war. But there has been a tacit understanding that only … Continue reading