Ethics, Airpower and Coercive Diplomacy

Ethics, Airpower and Coercive Diplomacy
Author name: 
Enemark, C
Book title: 
Air Power and Coercive Diplomacy
Publisher: 
Royal Australian Air Force
Year: 
2013
Month: 
July
Abstract: 

The content of these conference proceedings provides a perspective on the contemporary international security environment through an analysis of the recent events in the Middle East associated with the ‘Arab Spring’ and, more specifically, the use of air power in Libya with the general coercive strategy employed by NATO.

The content presented here is from a number of leading experts in their relevant fields as well as senior military officers presenting national perspectives on the operations undertaken as part of Operation Unified Protector.

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