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Tag Archives: World War II
Albert Bandura, an ardent anti-violence advocate, comments that some people “invest their sense of self-worth so strongly in humane convictions and social obligations that they act against what they regard as unjust or immoral even though their actions may incur … Continue reading
To put the question differently: Do you pay taxes? If you do, you may be committing a war crime. Tax Rebellion, a group active in the United Kingdom, argues that “Under the international laws of war, it is a criminal … Continue reading
The chapter on “War Fever” in the forthcoming International Handbook of Negotiation and Mediation (M. Gallucio, Ed., Berlin: Springer), analyzes the psychology behind ploys used to gain popular support for military aggression. These include… Continue reading