An Act of War

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  • Author : Brian Callison
  • Publisher : Ballantine Books
  • Pages : pages
  • ISBN : 9780345291028
  • Rating : 3/5 from 1 reviews
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Act of War

Act of War
  • Author : Jack Cheevers
  • Publisher : New Amer Library
  • Release : 02 December 2014
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A dramatic tale of human endurance against the backdrop of an international diplomatic poker game, Act of War offers lessons on the perils of covert intelligence operations as America finds itself confronting a host of twenty-first-century enemies"--

When Does an Act of Information Warfare Become an Act of War

When Does an Act of Information Warfare Become an Act of War
  • Author : Mark B. Treadwell,Army war coll carlisle barracks pa,United States. President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection,Army War College (U.S.)
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 01 August 1998
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There is no clear-cut point where information operations can cross over to become the decisive point leading to the start of armed conflict. The use of information operations by nations and individuals could have a significant impact on the public opinion, and, by extension, on the leaders of a nation. Traditional acts of war have been directed towards events that influence a nation's access to, use of, or benefit from land. How these concepts may be extended to information, either

Of War and Law

Of War and Law
  • Author : David Kennedy
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Release : 10 January 2009
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Modern war is law pursued by other means. Once a bit player in military conflict, law now shapes the institutional, logistical, and physical landscape of war. At the same time, law has become a political and ethical vocabulary for marking legitimate power and justifiable death. As a result, the battlespace is as legally regulated as the rest of modern life. In Of War and Law, David Kennedy examines this important development, retelling the history of modern war and statecraft as

Grotius on the Rights of War and Peace

Grotius on the Rights of War and Peace
  • Author : Hugo Grotius,William Whewell
  • Publisher : The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
  • Release : 01 May 2011
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Reprint of the sole edition of this translation. In this momentous work Grotius describes the situations in which war is a valid tool of law enforcement and outlines the principles of armed combat. Though based on Christian natural law, Grotius advanced the novel argument that his system would still be valid if it lacked a divine basis. In this regard he pointed to the future by moving international law in a secular direction. This edition was abridged by removing most

Act of War

Act of War
  • Author : Jack Cheevers
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release : 03 December 2013
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WINNER OF THE SAMUEL ELIOT MORISON AWARD FOR NAVAL LITERATURE “I devoured Act of War the way I did Flyboys, Flags of Our Fathers and Lost in Shangri-la.”—Michael Connelly, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author In 1968, the small, dilapidated American spy ship USS Pueblo set out to pinpoint military radar stations along the coast of North Korea. Though packed with advanced electronic-surveillance equipment and classified intelligence documents, its crew, led by ex–submarine officer Pete Bucher, was made up mostly

Terrorism Criminal Act Or Act of War

Terrorism  Criminal Act Or Act of War
  • Author : Christopher G. Essig
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 01 August 2021
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There is no one logical determination for classifying all acts of terrorism, either as acts of war or criminal acts. In light of the predicted terrorist threat significant enough to threaten the survival of the nation (catastrophic terror), this determination is less a legal or academic exercise and more practically one based on how such a determination governs the paradigm (law enforcement or national security) we use to respond to the threat. More important is how that response protects our

New Technologies and the Law of Armed Conflict

New Technologies and the Law of Armed Conflict
  • Author : Hitoshi Nasu,Robert McLaughlin
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 23 December 2013
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Modern technological development has been both rapid and fundamentally transformative of the means and methods of warfare, and of the broader environment in which warfare is conducted. In many cases, technological development has been stimulated by, and dedicated to, addressing military requirements. On other occasions, technological developments outside the military sphere affect or inform the conduct of warfare and military expectations. The introduction of new technologies such as information technology, space technologies, nanotechnology and robotic technologies into our civil life,

Military Rules Regulations and the Code of War

Military Rules  Regulations and the Code of War
  • Author : Richard Shelly Hartigan
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 05 July 2017
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Military commanders from ancient time had set down rules and regulations to discipline their troops. From the Pharaohs on, commanders directed the strategy, tactics, and camp discipline of the often unruly hosts of soldiers under their command. They had one aim: to create an efficient fighting force. Military officers, camp-followers and cooks were all expected to perform their services according to mandate and in light of the best interests of the armed force and the fighting soldiery. Modern commanders have