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  1. Great-Power Responsibility, Side-Effect Harms and American Drone Strikes in Pakistan.Wali Aslam - 2016 - Journal of Military Ethics 15 (2):143-162.
    ABSTRACTIn International Relations, the actions of great powers are usually assessed through their direct effects. Great powers are generally considered to be responsible for the consequences of their actions if they intentionally caused them. Although there is discussion on “double-effects” and “side-effect harms” in the realms of philosophy and political sociology, these largely remain absent from the field of IR. This article bridges that gap by clarifying a set of yardsticks through which side-effect harms of great powers’ actions can be (...)
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