Journal of Military Ethics - Normative Aspects of the Use of Military Force: New for 2002
Journal of Military Ethics (JME) is an international, peer-reviewed journal devoted to normative aspects of military force. The journal publishes articles discussing justifications for the resort to military force (jus ad bellum) and/or what may justifiably be done in the use of such force (jus in bello). The scope of JME also includes research/discussion on ethical issues in military training, as well as the post-conflict role of military forces.
JME seeks to include articles from a variety of academic disciplines and cultural backgrounds. Articles may adopt theoretical, empirical or historical approaches.
The journal will be published twice in 2002, three times in 2003, and quarterly from 2004.
Visit: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/tfs/15027570.html to request an online sample copy.
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