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Englisch
Veröffentlichungsangabe: 
New York, NY : Cambridge University [2018], 2018
Umfang: 
XXVII, 352 pages
Anmerkung: 
Includes index
Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN: 
978-1-316-62039-7 pbk.
978-1-107-16918-0 hardback
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Klassifikation der Library of Congress: KZ7140
Dewey Dezimal-Klassifikation: [23] 341.6/2
Inhalt: 
Introduction -- The criminalization of aggression and the putative dissonance of the law's treatment of soldiers -- Soldiers and the crime of aggression: required to kill for a criminal end, forgotten in wrongful death -- The criminalization of aggression -- The duty to disobey illegal orders -- The law of being forced to kill in a wrongful war -- Victims' participation and reparations -- The human stakes: moral and physical wounds -- Normative reasoning and international law on aggression -- What it means to offer a normative account -- The realist objection -- Why the legal status of soldiers' wounds matters -- What is criminally wrongful about aggressive war? -- The orthodox account: the moral value of states -- The wrong of criminal aggression: unjustified killing and violence -- Two possible problem cases for the unjustified killing account -- What this means for the soldier -- Can international law's posture towards soldiers be defended? -- Military duress -- Duress and culpability -- Answering the wrong question: moral perspectives -- The tragedy of deaths on both sides -- Shedding certain blood for uncertain reasons -- Invincible ignorance and the fog of criminal war -- A spectrum of uncertainty -- The normative vincibility of ignorance -- Why uncertainty mandates restraint -- The structure of the jus ad bellum -- Deference -- The implications of the vincibility of ignorance -- Legal spheres and hierarchies of obligation -- Political deference and international crime -- Associative ties and the responsibility to protect -- The myth of an aggressive moment -- Revising the invincible ignorance account -- Conflicting obligations and the right to do the right thing -- Civilian control of the military -- Political obligation, associative duties, and reparations -- Understanding the warrior's code -- The war convention and mitigating the hell of war -- The normative force of convention -- The warrior's code and combatant reparations -- The warrior's code and immunity vs. non-culpability -- A jus ad bellum crime of appropriately narrow scope -- Global norms, domestic institutions, and the military role -- Obedience and military functioning -- The question of interpretive authority -- Military functioning and soldiers making evaluative decisions -- International law, global human security, and military competence -- The enduring culpability of obedient participation in illegal wars -- The necessity of enforced culpability -- Necessity and victim status -- Respecting soldiers in institutions and doctrine: the internal imperative to reform -- Shifting contingencies -- Remotely fought or low-risk wars -- The rise of private contractors -- The timing of disobedience protection -- The contingency of necessity -- Victim status -- Domestic implications -- The domestic significance of the jus ad bellum -- Deference and the value of a devil's advocate -- A limited right to disobey orders to fight in illegal wars -- Reflecting on why we fought: institutionalizing the post-war commission of inquiry -- Unlawful but justified -- Evaluating reform -- An internal normative vision for international reform -- From deserter to refugee -- The jus ad bellum and the human rights of rights defenders -- The crime of aggression and the soldier's right to life -- Conclusion
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