Moral Principles vs. Military Necessity: The First Code of Conduct During Warfare, Created by a Civil War-era Prussian Immigrant, Reflected Ambiguities We Struggle With Today

David Bosco
From The American Scholar

“Lieber’s insistence that prisoners of war were not criminals but detainees entitled to certain rights became accepted doctrine… As warfare evolves, then, and as conflicts develop, ethicists and regulators must struggle to keep pace, holding the line where they can, ceding ground where they must.”

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