Casual war: Nato's intervention in kosovo

Ethics and International Affairs 14 (1):39–54 (2000)
Abstract
A disturbing question is whether NATO’s action implies that states endowed with the advanced military assets that were brought to bear against Serbia will adopt a casual policy on the conduct of limited war, a policy at odds with the lessons of the twentieth century
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