Surrender- A Soldier's Legal, Ethical, and Moral Obligations; With Philippine Case Study

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This thesis examines what a soldier's legal, ethical, and moral obligations are when he is ordered to surrender but still has the will and means to resist. The question pits two of the military's highest values against one another. The first is the imperative to obey orders of legally constituted commanders. The second is the military virtue of fighting the enemy as long as a soldier is able. Legal obligations are addressed at two levels beginning with International Law regarding capitulation agreements, followed by United ...

Surrender- A Soldier's Legal, Ethical, and Moral Obligations; With Philippine Case Study 2012, Biblioscholar

ISBN-13: 9781249249429

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