AuthordeGuzman, Margaret M.
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AbstractIn her book "How Everything Became War and War Became Everything: Tales from the Pentagon," Rosa Brooks argues for “new rules and institutions to manage the paradoxes of perpetual war.” This short Essay suggests that to meet the challenges of the modern war paradigm it is at least as important to expand existing global governance structures as to develop new rules. Such expansion must resist the trend toward centering security and maintain a focus on peace and justice.
CitationMargaret M. deGuzman, New Rules or More Global Governance?, 32 TEMP. INT’L & COMP. L.J. 13 (2018).
Available at: https://sites.temple.edu/ticlj/files/2018/10/32.1_Article-2_deGuzman.pdf