Just War Doctrine

Just war theory (Latin: jus bellum justum) is a doctrine, also referred to as a tradition, of military ethics studied by military leaders, theologians, ethicists and policy makers. The purpose of the doctrine is to ensure war is morally justifiable through a series of criteria, all of which must be met for a war to be considered just. The criteria are split into two groups: "right to go to war" (jus ad bellum) and "right conduct in war" (jus in bello). The first concerns the morality of going to war, and the second the moral conduct within war. Recently there …

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NCFA: National Crowdfunding Association of Canada · 16 February 2023 English

The injunction targeted the project owners of the crowdfunding campaigns, in particular NPO “Freedom 2022 Human Rights and Freedoms.” With respect to the crowdfunding platforms, the effects of the order …

view, can be framed by principles drawn from just war doctrine, include right cause, motive, authority and proportionate use. They remind readers, flipping the just war doctrine on its head, that secret intelligence should


Public Order Emergency Commission (Canada) · 16 February 2023 English

The injunction targeted the project owners of the crowdfunding campaigns, in particular NPO “Freedom 2022 Human Rights and Freedoms.” With respect to the crowdfunding platforms, the effects of the order …

view, can be framed by principles drawn from just war doctrine, include right cause, motive, authority and proportionate use. They remind readers, flipping the just war doctrine on its head, that secret intelligence should


Public Order Emergency Commission (Canada) · 3 October 2022 English

The study is broken down into component discussions, some general and high level regarding the nature of intelligence, the organization of the federal national security and intelligence community, the mandates …

view, can be framed by principles drawn from just war doctrine, include right cause, motive, authority and proportionate use. They remind readers, flipping the just war doctrine on its head, that secret intelligence should


CHA: Canadian Historical Association · 7 July 2022 English

Tanya Grodzinski, Royal Military College, Kingston Society From the age of thirteen to just prior to his death at thirty-two at the Battle of theFr omP the lage of thiirnteen …

sovereignty of world and coalesced into the Just War Doctrine, as seen in the all states, comes into question Saint Augustine and Saint Thomas Aquinas. The Just War Doctrine has evolved over centuries, indeed, millen-


NSI: North-South Institute · 25 October 2007 English

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resort. The last resort principle is rooted in just war doctrine that counsels against any early turn to the


NSI: North-South Institute · 2007 English

Force in the pursuit of the direct national interest comes easier, and since the end of the Cold War, the more prominent instances of the resort to major force by …

resort. The last resort principle is rooted in just war doctrine that counsels against any early turn to the


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