Frederik rosn is a senior researcher at the danish institute for international studies and has published widely on a range of topics related to military force and global governance. The dilemmas precipitated by the unintentional killing of civilians in war or collateral damage shape many aspects of military conduct yet noticeable by its absence has been a methodical examination of the place and role of this phenomenon in modern warfare. The latest tweets from frederik rosn frederikrosen tweets about drones collateral damage fragile states and the fate and role of cultural heritage in armed conflict copenhagen. Part of a series on critical war studies frederik rosns exploration of collateral damage examines the phenomenon of a legal form of killing at the opening of collateral damage a candid history of a peculiar form of death rosn offers a definition of collateral damage as adhered to by the . Collateral damage as a legal and ethical notion is present in any discussion of war and yet remains a paradox no natural right exists to accidentally kill civilians in war but no responsibility is placed upon those who do
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