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Can you name the FS2 - The Moral Dilemma of Strategy?

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Sun Tzu lived through the ... and ... period of Chinese history
...when the centralised power of the ... dynasty disintegrated
...into a period of rampant .... between ...+ states
Strategic principles: attack only when advantageous:
feints, misinformation, prevarication:
luring the enemy into untenable positions:
adapting tactics to ...
strategic configuration of power:
Who was an elected Athenian general?
Athens is ... away from inside by the experience of war
An ally of Sparta and naval power was ...
A colony of the latter, Athenian ally and rebellious was...
Where does civil war spark the conflict?
Who pays tribute to Athens but is prompted by Sparta to revolt?
First dilemma: what do you do with a ... power?
second is the the plight of the ..., as in the ... Dialogue
Who served in the Russian army during Napoleonic Wars?
A crisis in what country in what year threatens European war?
What did he die of, in what year?
Major ... in his book, called: .. ...
Two key concepts of ... war and ... war
The first means that all sides have an ... to ... the application of force
The second has a tension between ... logic and limited ...
Notion of war as a ... of politics by other means
What creates a space for limited warfare?
What emerged out of war with Islam and later Catholic/Protestant conflicts?
Aquinas added just ... to Augustine's just cause
Who formed the basis of int'l law?
What Code issued by Lincoln regulated all sorts of conduct in war?
Most importantly, it outlawed rejecting ...
What played an important role in codifying int'l law re conflict?
Who was the founder? Where was he given his idea?
This leads eventually to the ... and ... Conventions
The Hague outlawed ... gas and ...-... bullet
Lacedaemonians accused of ...
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While the Athenians are ...
L'ians are begged by the ... to join the fight
No-one cries ... if they can achieve something by ...
The L'ians vote ... war, chiefly because of Athens' rising ...
Athens wanted to leave out ... and talk only of ...-...
Melians claimed it was in everyone's interest to be ... and ...
Melians argued Athens would make ... of ...
For Sun Tzu, the paramount aim of war is ...
Victory should be achieved through ... coercion
Preservation means not ... to destroy your enemy
Warfare should not be undertaken unless state is ...
Avoiding battle is not ... but ...
What characteristic is essential?
What is the spirit, foundation and basis of courage (like morale)?
Primary object of war is destruction of enemy's ... ...
Who said this?
Two central aspects to war: ... purpose and ... objective
He argues that war assumed its absolute state under ...
What are the two ways of thinking about war?
In absolute war, only ... victory matters
Example of Napoleon's war in ... where destruction of the ... was missing
Limited war consists of ... successes - all that matters is the ... score
Absolute: no move made without considering final ...
War's ... and ... should be determined at the outset
Effort made is just ... to achieve political aims
18th century role of the ... was extinguished
War was just a stronger of ... - it became a true ...
... of ... limited what could be achieved ... in Europe
After what event did people become participants in war again?
Now the question is whether ... ... will fade again
Conquest should be achieved in ... time possible
The enemy's '... .. ...' can be varied
May not be enough to take all his ... or defeat his whole ...
War cannot be divorced from ... life
The ... point of view must not be subordinated to the ...
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... is the guiding ... ; ... is merely the ...
The words we use to talk about war are themselves ...
Who said this?
This means we cannot separate ... from war
Strategic vocabulary, like morality, is a language of ...
Henry V's prisoner-killing justified with ... language, but followed pure ...-...
moral reality of war divided into ... .. ... and ... .. ...
Clausewitz claimed that there can be no ... on war
War is a ... creation because people decide what ... war
Hell can become war through ...
Greater need to seek ... for an ... war
War is often a form of ... because it is hell for those who did not ... it
We hold soldiers to certain ... now because we assume they fight ...
Rommel fought ... but for an evil ...
Two clusters of ... on soldiers' equal right to kill
1) ... and ... 2) ...
1 is ... constantly
We are simultaneously ... and ... about restraint in war
because it is both ... and ...
POWs give up their right to ...
Impatience with war convention summed up by '... to end war' ...
Distinction between ... and ... is in relation between ...
... is bargaining because there must be some ... interest
Purely military strength is concerned with enemy ... not enemy ...
It is the ... of damage, or ... violence, that can influence behaviour
Contrast between ... ... and ... illustrated by who?
What represent the power to hurt in its purest form?
... negotiations are loaded with ... violence
Nuclear weapons changed the calculus because of the ... their effects had
Nuclear weapons also divorce war from the ... ...
Who have become primary targets in war now?
Which conflict shows that capacity for violence can be consciously restrained?
Necessary to think of war as a process of ... ...?
Military strategy is now the art of c.., i..., and d...

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