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War and International Ethics INTA 2030: Ethics and International Affairs 4/6/2011
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Jus in Bello This Latin phrase refers to justice in war, and JWT is concerned with how fighting should occur Military commanders, officers and soldiers should be held accountable for jus in bello Rules of jus in bello include that militaries must obey International rules on weapons prohibition Rules about proportionality Rules about discriminating non-combatants and abput using force only against those “engaged in harm” Principles of human rights of its own citizens
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In your opinion, have NATO forces violated rules of jus in bello in Afghanistan? A: Yes B: No
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Jus Post Bellum Refers to justice after fighting has ended A relatively new topic of study, rules of jus post bellum include Proportionality Terms of peace settlements should not be based on the principle of revenge Rights vindication The rights of those whose violation triggered war must be
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course INTA 2030 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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