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This section prersents an overview of the authors for this book The Moral Dimension of Asymmetrical Warfare. During the Cold War - an era in which the term asymmetric warfare was not well known - the issue of the laws and ethics of war seemed simple enough to most soldiers, being concerned mainly with leadership, management, and morale. Post-Cold War reality revealed a very different set of challenges, including a significantly wider moral dimension, particularly when forces, initially under UN leadership and later under the NATO flag, were deployed in different parts of the turbulent Balkans.

Keywords: asymmetrical warfare; Cold War

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