Why war never produces anyone’s law of value. Incorporating territory is the foundation of empire jus in bello as war.

Justiciability is determined by moral not a rhetorical paradigm.  Laws of war” can also be considered to refer to jus in bello, which concerns whether a war is conducted justly (regardless of whether the initiation of hostilities was just.)  Satyagraha remained the one law of value during the first and the second world wars of the 20th century. It did so by resisting imperial might and not advocating war for peace and liberty.

 

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