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Other vets, like those in the us after the civil war,went west where they helped create a lifestyle of mayhem and violence the repercussions of which resound today but perhaps the commonest experience for veterans and those who come into contact with them is a black-hole of silence-not terribly different than that. The essay is also published in survival (quarterly journal of iiss, london), vol are the laws of war formally applicable to anti-terrorist military operations applying pressure on a government or army to change its approach to anti- terrorism, to bring it more into line with the laws of war and human-rights law, can be a. The impulse of soldiers to photograph their dead enemies is driven by a number of factors, says nancy sherman, author of “the untold war: inside the hearts, minds, and souls of our soldiers” and a professor of philosophy at georgetown specializing in the ethics of war “there's relief that they're alive and. First, more than twenty years after the end of conscription the ignorance of american elites about the military has deepened second, with the end of the cold war the united states has entered into historically unexplored territory if the cold war is indeed considered to have been a kind of war, then for the first time in.
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