Tag: Peace Studies

  • Collateral Damage

    Collateral Damage

    Collateral damage, unintended harm during military operations, encompasses civilian casualties and property destruction. Governed by international law, its significance extends beyond the battlefield, influencing war ethics, global policy, and public perception.

  • Casus Belli

    Casus Belli

    Derived from Latin, “Casus Belli” denotes the reasoning behind entering warfare. While rooted in historical territorial and treaty disputes, its modern understanding encompasses broader geopolitical and ideological justifications, all under the umbrella of international diplomacy.