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UK-based NGO Landmine Action says yes. In a recent report, the organization points out that we do not consider explosive bombs an acceptable tool in police operations, and proposes they be stigmatized as tools of counter-insurgency and military operations other than war as well – at least when used in populated areas.

Identify the Fallacy…

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On March 6, 2009
These are not the variables you’re looking for: Those who argue that violent justice cannot solve this problem ignore several thousand years of history that suggests otherwise. It is absolutely a fact that Somali piracy can be eliminated on land, but history also shows that the application of the common law practice of execution also […]

Karma, Dude

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On January 10, 2009

Couldn’t have happened to a nicer bunch of people: Five of the Somali pirates who released a hijacked oil-laden Saudi supertanker drowned with their share of a reported $3 million ransom after t

Q Ships!

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On November 18, 2008

Kenneth Anderson proposes Q-ships to solve the problem of piracy: There are many legal questions here, of course. But I had a conversation with a US Navy officer, not a lawyer, but someone with operat

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