Arrows of Fortune

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Lacking just cause does not in itself aggravate the badness of fighting, but does make it less likely that the people killed in pursuing one’s war aims will be liable to be killed (more on this below, and see McMahan 2005a), which makes killing very hard to justify. During the years 1894-1895, the Japanese stressed the fact that the inhabitants of Port Arthur were indeed combatants to refute legitimately the allegations of atrocities.

Pages: 240

Publisher: Leo Cooper; Illustrated edition edition (February 1992)

ISBN: 0850523230

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