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"I guess the other question is why they shouldn't be afforded POW protections? Becaus…"

Andreas Rekdal replied Nov 26, 2013 to Ethical treatment of enemy combatants

5 Dec 10, 2013
Reply by Shrideep

"Have you seen Jeremy Scahill's "Dirty Wars"? It raises a lot of the questions you do…"

Andreas Rekdal replied Nov 26, 2013 to The Situation in Afghanistan: Counter-terrorism vs. Counter-insurgency Efforts

3 Dec 4, 2013
Reply by Calvin Ziegler

"I think a discussion on whether the UN should work toward improving the conditions o…"

Andreas Rekdal replied Nov 26, 2013 to North Korea: Human Rights vs. Nuclear Weapons

2 Dec 1, 2013
Reply by Siri Manning

"So what status would you say that "enemy combatants" should have? If they are not Pr…"

Andreas Rekdal replied Nov 26, 2013 to Ethical treatment of enemy combatants

5 Dec 10, 2013
Reply by Shrideep

"If you don't mind, I'll actually offer a counter to the golden rule. The idea might…"

Andreas Rekdal replied Jun 14, 2013 to #Cyberpeacefare #General

7 Jun 15, 2013
Reply by Al LeBlanc

"It's an interesting concept!I definitely think that the goal of bridging gaps betwee…"

Andreas Rekdal replied May 17, 2013 to #Cyberpeacefare #General

7 Jun 15, 2013
Reply by Al LeBlanc

"Excellent idea! Will your cyberpeacefare interfaith dialogue be open to those outsid…"

Andreas Rekdal replied May 17, 2013 to #Cyberpeacefare #General

7 Jun 15, 2013
Reply by Al LeBlanc

"To be quite frank, I found Wolpert's arguments to be sophomoric at best. If you'll h…"

Andreas Rekdal replied Mar 19, 2013 to Science vs. Philosophy

4 Mar 19, 2013
Reply by Andreas Rekdal

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