By S. Cohen
This publication offers with the trouble democracies face in accomplishing uneven war in hugely populated parts with no violating foreign humanitarian legislations. On quite a few events, democratic international locations were singled out via human rights NGOs for the brutality in their modus operandi, for his or her insufficient cognizance to the security of civilian populations, or for acts of abuse or torture on prisoners. Why do they perpetrate those violations? Do they achieve this deliberately or by accident? Can democracies wrestle abnormal armed teams with no violating international law? whilst their inhabitants is less than threat, do they behave as non-democracies might? Does this kind of conflict necessarily produce conflict crimes on a roughly great scale?
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1914: Les atrocités allemandes. Original English ed. 2001. Paris: Tallandier, 2005. See in particular: 166–167. 16. In addition, 13,250 British soldiers died of disease. ). The South African War. Harlow, UK: Longman, 1980. 17. These figures are taken from Peter Warwick. “La guerre des Boers,” L’Histoire 79 ( June 1985). 26–33. 18. Yet the Russo-Japanese War is of utmost importance. The combination of trenches and machine guns already dominated land warfare as would be the case in 1914–1918. The treatment of Russian prisoners of war by the Japanese was already the subject of bitter dispute, even though the latter treated them decently, especially in terms of food rations.
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