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A new assessment of the debates about Just War in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, from the imperial wars of the nineteenth century through the age of total war, the evolution of human rights discourse and international law, to proportionality during the Cold War and the redefinition of authority with the ascendancy of terror groups.
JAMES AULICH Professor in the Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design (MIRIAD), Manchester Metropolitan University, UK STEPHEN BADSEY Reader in Conflict Studies, the University of Wolverhampton, UK SUSAN A. BREWER Professor of History, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, USA NICHOLAS J. CULL Professor of Public Diplomacy, the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA JO FOX Professor of Modern History, Durham University, UK STEFAN GOEBEL Senior Lecturer in Modern British History, the University of Kent, UK PHILIP HAMMOND Professor of Media and Communications, London South Bank University, UK OLIVER JOHNSON Research Associate in the Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies, the University of Sheffield, UK ROB JOHNSON Deputy Director of the Changing Character of War team and Lecturer in the History of War at the University of Oxford, UK PHILLIP KNIGHTLEY Journalist and author, including of The First Casualty SIAN NICHOLAS Senior Lecturer in History, Aberystwyth University, UK CATRIONA PENNELL Lecturer in History, the University of Exeter, Cornwall Campus, UK RICHARD OVERY Professor of History, the University of Exeter, UK FRANSJOHAN PRETORIUS Professor of History at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. GARY D. RAWNSLEY Professor of International Communications at the Institute of Communications Studies, University of Leeds, UK ULF SCHMIDT Professor of Modern History, the University of Kent, UK BERNY SEBE Lecturer in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies, the University of Birmingham, UK PHIL TAYLOR was Professor of International Communications and founder member and former Director of the Institute of Communications Studies, the University of Leeds, UK DAVID WELCH Professor of Modern History and Director of the Centre for the Study of War and Propaganda & Society, the University of Kent, UK JAY WINTER Charles J. Stille Professor of History, Yale University, USA