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Prevention Better Than Cure: The United Nations, Terrorism and the Concept of Humanitarian Preemption
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-04-14)
The end of the Cold-War has seen a change in the global security situation with the emergence of transnational non-state security threats. Developing the idea that states disconnected from the process of globalization pose ...
Measurement criteria for the US war on terror: a pragmatic interpretation of just war theory and a critique of neo-conservative policies
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-07-20)
Did the terrorist attacks of September 11th change the way the United States ought to contain, confront, or neutralize threats abroad? Or, can the US use the same set of tools and responses in crafting a response to terrorist ...