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A soldier with gun in Mindanao, courtesy Keith Bacongco/flickr
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The Morality of Intervention by Waging Irregular Warfare

15 Sep 2014 Security Watch

Does the US military need to understand the moral justifications for waging irregular and unconventional warfare better than it does? Absolutely, says Daniel Hodne. Waging both irregular warfare and an insurgency within another country raises a unique set of moral dilemmas for combatants. More on «The Morality of Intervention by Waging Irregular Warfare»


Migrants in Lampedusa, courtesyof Noborder Network
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Mare Europaeum? Tackling Mediterranean Migration

15 Sep 2014 Security Watch

What’s missing in the EU’s latest attempt to stymie migration across the Mediterranean region? Hugo Brady thinks Brussels needs to adopt a more robust diplomatic approach towards the frontline states that are trying to manage a human tide. More on «Mare Europaeum? Tackling Mediterranean Migration»


Mistral Projection and Command Vessel
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NATO Wales and the Future of Western Grand Strategy

7 Aug 2014 Security Watch

This September’s NATO summit is set to be one of the most significant since the end of the Cold War. To be considered a success, John Hemmings believes it must align transatlantic concerns with US global concerns, such as restricting the sale of advanced European military systems to Russia and China. More on «NATO Wales and the Future of Western Grand Strategy»