The Warrior's Honor

The Warrior's Honor

Ethnic War and the Modern Conscience

Book - 1998
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Since the early 1990s, Michael Ignatieff has traveled the world's war zones, from Bosnia to the West Bank, from Afghanistan to central Africa. The Warrior's Honor is a report and a reflection on what he has seen in the places where ethnic war has become a way of life. Ignatieff charts the rise of the new moral interventionists--the relief workers, reporters, delegates, and diplomats who believe that other people's misery is of concern to us all. And he brings us face-to-face with the new ethnic warriors--the warlords, gunmen, and paramilitaries--who have escalated postmodern war to an unprecedented level of savagery. Hard-hitting and passionate, The Warrior's Honor is a profound and searching exploration of the perils and obligations of moral citizenship in a world scarred by war and genocide.
Publisher: Toronto : Penguin Books Canada, 1998.
ISBN: 9780670877447
Branch Call Number: 172.42 Ign
172/.42/Ign 3588mb 1
Characteristics: ix, 207 p.
Alternative Title: warrior's honour


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