Outsourcing war s strengths lie in its reconceptualization of just war as a tradition that has the seeds within it to adapt to a nonstate centric world serves as a compelling introduction to just war theory and its relevance for the 21st century while reviewing considerable material on how privatization of military operations changes . The tradition of moral reasoning about war precedes the development of the state system by many centuries1 all major civilizations including china ancient egypt and the aztec empire developed some version of just war principles to address the questions of when and how war should be conducted orend 2006 9. In outsourcing war eckert specifically explores the relevance or otherwise of just war principles to the ongoing use of the private military and security industry although eckerts work centres on an empirical study of private military companies pmcs her theoretical claims provide the books most crucial insights. Get this from a library outsourcing war the just war tradition in the age of military privatization amy eckert recent decades have seen an increasing reliance on private military contractors pmcs to provide logistical services training maintenance and combat troops this book examines the ethical . Outsourcing war has 3 ratings and 1 review recent decades have seen an increasing reliance on private military contractors pmcs to provide logistical
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