Human rights and war through civilian eyes reimagines the ethics of war from the standpoint of its collateral victims focusing on the effects of war on individuals on those who are terrorized or killed or whose lives are violently disrupted upholding a human rights analysis of war thomas w smith conveys vividly the depth of human loss . Human rights and war through civilian eyes thomas w smith university of pennsylvania press philadelphia 2016 272 pages book review published on august 11 2017 given the daily news reports and images of human suffering in ongoing conflicts throughout the world thomas smiths human rights and war through civilian eyes is both timely and useful. Human rights and war represents a major advance in the study of civilian devastation in modern warfare thomas w smith builds a compelling case for adopting a human rights perspective for understanding and advancing the humanitarian needs of civilian noncombatants a case that centers on the . Smith human rights and war through civilian eyes hc 2016 eb 2016 soohoo albisa bringing human rights home a history of human rights in the united states abridged edition pb 2009 spitko antigay bias in role model occupations hc 2016 eb 2016. Through riveting case studies of the iraq war and the recent gaza conflicts smith shows how even combatants who profess to follow the laws of war often engage in appalling violence and brutality cutting short civilian lives ruining economies rending social fabrics and collapsing public infrastructure
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