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Geopolitics, the Revolution in Military Affairs, and the Bush Doctrine
Beier (2006) argues that the framing and selection of targets has changed the social depth of warfare; enlarging the potential participants in warfare, not least because ‘surgical strikes’ with precision guided weapons ...
Global Cultural Change and the Transnational Campaign to Ban Antipersonnel Landmines: A Research Agenda
This main goal of this project is twofold. To begin with, it will seek to trace historically the constitution and interpretation of global (or, at least, increasingly globalized) cultural standards of ‘civilized’ international ...