A de-militarised war

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2007 Number 36

A de-militarised war
Faisal Devji, pages -


Faisal Devji argues that because ‘terror’ is an abstract concept, the war against it cannot be conducted according to military norms. This can be clearly seen in the history of Abu Ghraib.

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