'Displaying a rare combination of intellectual rigour and practical wisdom, this highly recommended volume shows how the interplay of law and ethics affects and constrains the planning and execution of modern military campaigns.' - Don Carrick, Military Ethics Education Network, University of Hull 'Engaging with and developing a genuine understanding of ethical and legal principles is an essential part of professional military education. I therefore welcome this timely contribution.' - General Sir David Richards 'This book is. warmly welcomed as a teaching aid to military ethics, helpfully bringing together in one volume essays by both military practitioners and academics... The essays are readable, thought-provoking and illuminated throughout with practical examples drawn from recent operational experience.' - David Fisher, BAR
About the Author
David Whetham is Lecturer in Defence Studies, Kings College London/ Joint Service Command and Staff College, UK.