At War for Peace
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PART I War and Peace
The Changing Character of Military Labour and Its Effects on Public Life
Blurring of the Lines? The Merging of Civil-Military Responses in Conflict Scenarios: Afghanistan and Beyond
Holy Peace and Holy War
The Myth of the Hundred Years Peace: War in the Nineteenth Century
Eric Royal Lybeck
Peacekeeping without Banisters: The Need For New Practices That Go Beyond Just War Theory
PART II War and Terrorism
On the Dangers of Innocents – or, Whose Suffering Shall we Value?
EU Counter-Terrorism Policy: Security vs. Justice?
Global Society must be Defended: War is On!
Blurring the Line Between War and Peace: The United States and Al Qaeda in the Global War on Terrorism
Sean N. Kalic
Income-Based Distribution of Terrorism
Defining Two Categories of Non-State Actors: Do We Need to Gain more Control over Them to Prevent Specific Threats or is it against the Basic Pillars of Democracy?
PART III War, Media, Communications
The Informational War against Terrorism: NewOpportunities and New Risks (German Experience)
Art as Infiltration: Drawing the Military-Industrial Complex
Information Warfare as a Part of Communication Management in Contemporary Russia
Evgeny N. Pashentsev
Peace and War: Communicating Total Spectrum Dominance
Communicative Aspect of the Activities of the British Intelligence Service (MI-6) Nowadays
Svetlana V. Zudochkina