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Hugo Slim

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Item Description: C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. A few small marks to page edges Good condition is defined as: a copy that has been read but remains in clean condition. All of the pages are intact and the cover is intact and the spine may show signs of wear. The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned. Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day. Bookseller Inventory # mon0007418962

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Item Description: Columbia University Press, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Very Good. Hardcover book with pictorial DJ. Black textured paper over boards. Lettering stamped in gold on spine. Title page not dated. Copyright page dated 2008. 319 pages. DJ is in very good condition with light, expected signs of wear -- some light rubbing, minor shelf wear. No tears. Book also in very good condition. Pages are clean and unmarked. No tears, no smudges, no highlighting. Binding is tight. Overall, a nice copy. Bookseller Inventory # 3710

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Item Description: C Hurst Co Publishers Ltd, United Kingdom, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This is a book about how civilians suffer in war and why people decide that they should. Most civilian suffering in war is deliberate and always has been. Massacres, rape, displacement, famine and disease are usually designed. They are policies in war. In meetings or on mobile phones, political and military leaders decide that civilians are appropriate or inevitable targets. The principle that unarmed and innocent people should be protected in war is an ancient, precious but fragile idea. Today, the principle of civilian immunity is enshrined in modern international law and cherished by many. But, in practice, leaders in most wars reject the principle. Using detailed historical and contemporary examples, Killing Civilians looks at the many ways in which civilians suffer in wars and analyses the main anti-civilian ideologies which insist upon such suffering.It also exposes the very real ambiguity in much civilian identity which is used to justify extreme hostility. But this is also, above all, a book about why civilians should be protected. Throughout its pages, Killing Civilians argues for a morality of limited warfare in which tolerance, mercy and restraint are used to draw boundaries to violence. At the heart of the book are important new frameworks for understanding patterns of civilian suffering, ideologies of violence and strategies for promoting the protection of civilians. This is the first major treatment of the hard questions of civilian identity and protection in war for many years. Written by one of the humanitarian world s leading thinkers and former aid worker, it provides a unique and accessible text on the subject for professional and public readerships alike. Bookseller Inventory # AAZ9781850659143

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Item Description: C Hurst Co Publishers Ltd, United Kingdom, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This is a book about how civilians suffer in war and why people decide that they should. Most civilian suffering in war is deliberate and always has been. Massacres, rape, displacement, famine and disease are usually designed. They are policies in war. In meetings or on mobile phones, political and military leaders decide that civilians are appropriate or inevitable targets. The principle that unarmed and innocent people should be protected in war is an ancient, precious but fragile idea. Today, the principle of civilian immunity is enshrined in modern international law and cherished by many. But, in practice, leaders in most wars reject the principle. Using detailed historical and contemporary examples, Killing Civilians looks at the many ways in which civilians suffer in wars and analyses the main anti-civilian ideologies which insist upon such suffering.It also exposes the very real ambiguity in much civilian identity which is used to justify extreme hostility. But this is also, above all, a book about why civilians should be protected. Throughout its pages, Killing Civilians argues for a morality of limited warfare in which tolerance, mercy and restraint are used to draw boundaries to violence. At the heart of the book are important new frameworks for understanding patterns of civilian suffering, ideologies of violence and strategies for promoting the protection of civilians. This is the first major treatment of the hard questions of civilian identity and protection in war for many years. Written by one of the humanitarian world s leading thinkers and former aid worker, it provides a unique and accessible text on the subject for professional and public readerships alike. Bookseller Inventory # AAZ9781850659143

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Item Description: C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Killing Civilians: Method, Madness and Morality in War, Hugo Slim, This is a book about how civilians suffer in war and why people decide that they should. Most civilian suffering in war is deliberate and always has been. Massacres, rape, displacement, famine and disease are usually designed. They are policies in war. In meetings or on mobile phones, political and military leaders decide that civilians are appropriate or inevitable targets. The principle that unarmed and innocent people should be protected in war is an ancient, precious but fragile idea. Today, the principle of civilian immunity is enshrined in modern international law and cherished by many. But, in practice, leaders in most wars reject the principle. Using detailed historical and contemporary examples, "Killing Civilians" looks at the many ways in which civilians suffer in wars and analyses the main anti-civilian ideologies which insist upon such suffering.It also exposes the very real ambiguity in much civilian identity which is used to justify extreme hostility. But this is also, above all, a book about why civilians should be protected. Throughout its pages, "Killing Civilians" argues for a morality of limited warfare in which tolerance, mercy and restraint are used to draw boundaries to violence. At the heart of the book are important new frameworks for understanding patterns of civilian suffering, ideologies of violence and strategies for promoting the protection of civilians. This is the first major treatment of the hard questions of civilian identity and protection in war for many years. Written by one of the humanitarian world's leading thinkers and former aid worker, it provides a unique and accessible text on the subject for professional and public readerships alike. Bookseller Inventory # B9781850659143

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Item Description: C Hurst Co Publishers Ltd, United Kingdom, 2007. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This is a book about how civilians suffer in war and why people decide that they should. Most civilian suffering in war is deliberate and always has been. Massacres, rape, displacement, famine and disease are usually designed. They are policies in war. In meetings or on mobile phones, political and military leaders decide that civilians are appropriate or inevitable targets. The principle that unarmed and innocent people should be protected in war is an ancient, precious but fragile idea. Today, the principle of civilian immunity is enshrined in modern international law and cherished by many. But, in practice, leaders in most wars reject the principle.Using detailed historical and contemporary examples, Killing Civilians looks at the many ways in which civilians suffer in wars and analyses the main anti-civilian ideologies which insist upon such suffering. It also exposes the very real ambiguity in much civilian identity which is used to justify extreme hostility. But this is also, above all, a book about why civilians should be protected.Throughout its pages, Killing Civilians argues for a morality of limited warfare in which tolerance, mercy and restraint are used to draw boundaries to violence. At the heart of the book are important new frameworks for understanding patterns of civilian suffering, ideologies of violence and strategies for promoting the protection of civilians.This is the first major treatment of the hard questions of civilian identity and protection in war for many years. Written by one of the humanitarian world s leading thinkers and former aid worker, it provides a unique and accessible text on the subject for professional and public readerships alike. Bookseller Inventory # AAZ9781850658818

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Item Description: C Hurst Co Publishers Ltd, United Kingdom, 2007. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This is a book about how civilians suffer in war and why people decide that they should. Most civilian suffering in war is deliberate and always has been. Massacres, rape, displacement, famine and disease are usually designed. They are policies in war. In meetings or on mobile phones, political and military leaders decide that civilians are appropriate or inevitable targets. The principle that unarmed and innocent people should be protected in war is an ancient, precious but fragile idea. Today, the principle of civilian immunity is enshrined in modern international law and cherished by many. But, in practice, leaders in most wars reject the principle.Using detailed historical and contemporary examples, Killing Civilians looks at the many ways in which civilians suffer in wars and analyses the main anti-civilian ideologies which insist upon such suffering. It also exposes the very real ambiguity in much civilian identity which is used to justify extreme hostility. But this is also, above all, a book about why civilians should be protected. Throughout its pages, Killing Civilians argues for a morality of limited warfare in which tolerance, mercy and restraint are used to draw boundaries to violence. At the heart of the book are important new frameworks for understanding patterns of civilian suffering, ideologies of violence and strategies for promoting the protection of civilians.This is the first major treatment of the hard questions of civilian identity and protection in war for many years. Written by one of the humanitarian world s leading thinkers and former aid worker, it provides a unique and accessible text on the subject for professional and public readerships alike. Bookseller Inventory # AAZ9781850658818

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Item Description: C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd. Hardback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Killing Civilians: Method, Madness and Morality in War, Hugo Slim, This is a book about how civilians suffer in war and why people decide that they should. Most civilian suffering in war is deliberate and always has been. Massacres, rape, displacement, famine and disease are usually designed. They are policies in war. In meetings or on mobile phones, political and military leaders decide that civilians are appropriate or inevitable targets. The principle that unarmed and innocent people should be protected in war is an ancient, precious but fragile idea. Today, the principle of civilian immunity is enshrined in modern international law and cherished by many. But, in practice, leaders in most wars reject the principle.Using detailed historical and contemporary examples, "Killing Civilians" looks at the many ways in which civilians suffer in wars and analyses the main anti-civilian ideologies which insist upon such suffering. It also exposes the very real ambiguity in much civilian identity which is used to justify extreme hostility. But this is also, above all, a book about why civilians should be protected. Throughout its pages, "Killing Civilians" argues for a morality of limited warfare in which tolerance, mercy and restraint are used to draw boundaries to violence. At the heart of the book are important new frameworks for understanding patterns of civilian suffering, ideologies of violence and strategies for promoting the protection of civilians.This is the first major treatment of the hard questions of civilian identity and protection in war for many years. Written by one of the humanitarian world's leading thinkers and former aid worker, it provides a unique and accessible text on the subject for professional and public readerships alike. Bookseller Inventory # B9781850658818

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Item Description: C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd. Book Condition: New. 2007. Hardcover. Takes a look at the ways in which civilians suffer in wars and analyses the anti-civilian ideologies which insist upon such suffering. This book exposes the ambiguity in much civilian identity which is used to justify extreme hostility. It also offers a discussion on why civilians should be protected. Num Pages: 300 pages. BIC Classification: JWXK. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 225 x 150 x 24. Weight in Grams: 520. . . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # V9781850658818

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Item Description: Hurst & Co, London, 2008, 2008. 22.5 x 14.5cms, 320pp, fine hardcover & dustwrapper This book looks at the ways that people suffer in wars and analyses the main anti-civilian ideologies which insist upon such suffering. If looks at the reasons and arguments for limiting human violence in war. Bookseller Inventory # 114189

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