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Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Chapter 1. Old Wars vs. New Wars: The Challenges of the 21st Century Chapter 3 Chapter 2. The Triumphs and Failings of Just War Thinking Chapter 4 Chapter 3. Political Responsibility and the Decision to go to War (jus ad bellum) Chapter 5 Chapter 4. Fighting to Win: The Nexus of Morality and Practicality (jus in bello) Chapter 6 Chapter 5. Finishing Well: Security and Punishment at War's End (jus post bellum) Chapter 7 Chapter 6. Public Opinion, Postmodernism, and Supranational Governance: Challenges for New Thinking on Just War
Eric Patterson is assistant director of the Berkley Center for Religion and World Affairs at Georgetown University.