Philosophers have wrestled over the morality and ethics of war for
nearly as long as human beings have been waging it. The death and
destruction that unmanned warfare entails magnifies the moral and
ethical challenges we face in conventional warfare and everyday
society. Intrinsically linked are questions and perennial problems
concerning what justifies the initial resort to war, who may be
legitimately targeted in warfare, who should be permitted to serve
the military, the collateral effects of military weaponry and the
methods of determining and dealing with violations of the laws of
war. This book provides a comprehensive and unifying analysis of
the moral, political and social questions concerning the rise of
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