Collateral Damage: A Candid History of a Peculiar Form of Death

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The dilemmas precipitated by the unintentional killing of civilians in war, or 'collateral damage', shape many aspects of military conduct, yet noticeable by its absence has been a methodical examination of the place and role of this phenomenon in modern warfare. This book offers a fresh perspective on a distressing consequence of conflict. Rosen explains how collateral damage is linked to ideas of authority, thereby anchoring it to the existential riddles of our individual and collective lives, and that this peculiar form ...

Collateral Damage: A Candid History of a Peculiar Form of Death 2016, C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781849044073

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