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Just War ReconsideredStrategy, Ethics, and Theory$
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James M. Dubik

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780813168296

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: January 2017

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813168296.001.0001

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Jus in Bello’s War-Waging Principles

Jus in Bello’s War-Waging Principles

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(p.137) 6 Jus in Bello’s War-Waging Principles
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Just War Reconsidered
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James M. Dubik

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University Press of Kentucky
DOI:10.5810/kentucky/9780813168296.003.0007

The principles of jus in bello’s tactical dimension describe right conduct in the midst of battle; applying them correctly helps ensure that justice is done in fighting a war. The principles of jus in bello’s strategic dimension describe right conduct in the waging of war; applying them correctly helps ensure that justice is done in waging a war. In the end, jus in bello’s war-waging principles leave senior political and military leaders in a position akin to soldiers and military leaders on the battlefield. Like the jus in bello war-fighting principles of Walzer’s war convention, the war-waging principles are designed to balance protection of individual and communal life with the legitimate conduct of war. At the tactical level, this balance occurs between winning and fighting well.

Keywords:   jus in bello, war waging, tactical dimension, strategic dimension, military

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