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INDEX Abu Ghraib, 11, 110, 111 Adenauer, Konrad, 67 Afghanistan War: and economy, 193; goals of, 69; and humanitarian crisis, 15; as irregular war, 49, 50; and jus ante bellum, 59; and jus in bellum, 52; and jus post bellum, 11, 68–69; just peace in, 204; mujaheddin control at end of Soviet war, 224; NATO strategy in, 59; Orend’s view of, 52; reconstruction and rehabilitation of, 14, 75, 189–94, 223; regime change in, 39; sovereignty of Afghanistan to be maintained during, 28; US ways to terminate, 74–75 aftermath of war, 23–27, 35–46. See also jus post bellum (justice after war) aggressors, treatment after war. See Geneva Conventions, proposal for new Convention; reconstruction and rehabilitation; revenge; war criminals, punishment of Algerian war, 45 al-Qaeda, 75, 183, 191 Ambrose of Milan, 4, 125 Amin, Idi, 41 amnesty, 161–63, 226, 227 Amnesty, Reintegration, and Reconciliation (AR2), 13, 146 Andersonville prison atrocities (US Civil War), 165 Angell, Norman, 83 Angola, 12 antiterrorist wars, 39. See also Afghanistan War; Iraq War apology from aggressor, 179, 182 Appleby, Scott, 115 Appomattox (surrender in US Civil War), 147, 151, 152–56 Aquinas, Thomas: and jus ad bellum, 73, 80; and just war tradition, 4–10, 18–19, 33nn5–6, 73, 223 237 Arendt, Hannah, 130–31, 133, 135 Argentina, 13, 145 Aristotle, 7, 79, 80, 93 armies: growth of, 23, 24; individual responsibility of soldiers, 49; international coalition of, 58; military preparedness of, 55–60; postwar treatment of, 54, 74; view of Muslims after September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, 108. See also demilitarization of aggressor ‘‘arrow of time,’’ 47, 54 Arusha Accords (1992), 8 Augustine (bishop of Hippo): on justice and order, 10, 21; and just war tradition, 4, 33nn5–6, 125, 223; on peace, 21, 79–80; and postwar thinking, 5–6; and right intention, 20 backlash effect against rehabilitation, 194 Bass, Gary, 38 Beilin, Yossi, 200 black Freedmen’s Bureau, 167 black suffrage, 160, 163, 168 Blair, Tony, 85 Blight, David, 147, 165 Blitzkrieg (1939–40), 180 Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, 143n16 Bosnia, 8, 101, 124, 176, 177, 180, 222–23 Bremer, Paul, 210 Bull, Hedley, 93n2 Burns, Ken, 169 Bush, George H. W., 36–37, 71 Bush, George W., 63n34, 85, 106, 128, 192 Cahoone, Lawrence, 133 Cambodia, 13, 39–40, 41, 145 Camus, Albert, 135 Canby, Edward, 157 Carnegie Endowment trustees, 82 238 index Carr, E. H., 90 Catton, Bruce, 155 Central Asia, political disorder in, ix, 225 Chamberlain, Joshua, 155, 172n42 chaplains, military, 112 charity in terms of Civil War combatants, 160–61 Cheney, Richard, 110 Chesterton, G. K., 68 Chile, 13, 145 China: and Cambodia genocide, 39–40; as war threat, 105, 106; and World War II, 179, 184 Christian Democrats of Europe, 67 Churchill, Winston, 1–2 citizen-militia, 56 City of God (Augustine), 10, 12, 21, 79, 125 civilians. See noncombatants civilian violence, 114–15 civil war: as dominant form of contemporary wars, 79, 86–88; jus post bellum principles applied to, 12, 88, 90, 91, 93; and just peace, 87–88, 205; most difficult type of war to conclude, 12; reconciliation after, 226; recurrence after settlement, 79 Civil War, US, 13–14, 145–70; amnesty after, 161–63; causes of, 88, 169; and racial justice, 146–47, 151, 157, 160–61, 163–64, 167–68; reconciliation achieved in, 14, 147–59, 160, 227; reconstructing society after, 159–70; rejection of idea of punishing Confederate soldiers, 151–52, 153, 162; restoring law and order in Southern states, 152; terms of surrender, 153–54; treatment of prisoners in, 153, 162, 165. See also Appomattox ; Lincoln, Abraham; specific generals classical war theory, 4 Clausewitz, Carl von, 89 Clinton, Bill, 85 Cloyd, Benjamin C., 147, 165 Coady, Antony, 54–55, 63n29 Coalition Provisional Authority (Iraq), 210 Cobden, Richard, 83 Coburn, Tom, 117 Cohen, G. A., 216–17n9 COIN manual (US Government Counterinsurgency Guide), 50, 51 Coker, Christopher, 106 Cold War, 8, 67, 106, 128, 129, 223 collective punishment of reparations, 42 Collier, Paul, 87, 96n54 common good, 19–20, 30, 32 communism, 184 Concert of Europe, 83 conciliation or reconciliation, x, 3, 10, 146, 147–59, 208, 210–11, 217n18, 218n26, 221, 226–28 Confederacy. See Civil War, US conflict containment, 208, 215 conflict prevention, initiatives to secure, 208, 213, 215 conflict resolution (phase 5), 12, 100, 115–18, 224 ‘‘conflict trap,’’ 87–88 Congo, 12, 125 Congress of Vienna (1814–15), 83 Constitution, US. See specific Amendments constructivist...

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9781589018976
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782879893
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256
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2012-04-16
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