Could the saving of innocent lives justify killing other people who are not threatening anyone, that is, who are equally innocent? And if so, how could saving innocent lives justify acts of war, which involve killing people who are not threatening anyone?
|Title of host publication||Lessons of Kosovo|
|Subtitle of host publication||The Dangers of humanitarian intervention|
|Place of Publication||Peterborough, Ont, Canada|
|Number of pages||24|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
Pavković, A. (2003). Humanitarian intervention in nationalist conflicts: a few problems. In A. Jokic (Ed.), Lessons of Kosovo: The Dangers of humanitarian intervention (pp. 53-76). Peterborough, Ont, Canada: Broadview Press.