Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

No Left Turns

On Protecting Civilian Life in War

Jeffrey Tiel puts forth a tight argument--by considering the doctrine of double effect and proprotionality--in favor of hitting the enemy hard when they hide behind civilians, schools, etc. He argues that this will end up saving civilian life, at the end. 

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