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Tag Archives: Michael T. Corgan
[Note from Kathie Malley-Morrison: Today we once again welcome guest contributor Dr. Michael Corgan, for his ongoing series on just war.] The idea of proportionality is one of the more comprehensive notions in both the international laws governing war and … Continue reading
[Editor's note: This is the second in the series on just war by Dr. Michael Corgan.] The anguish for leaders of countries is never about right versus wrong. It’s usually about bad versus worse or right versus right. Nowhere is … Continue reading