The potentially poor fit between traditional categories of military objective and the reality of conflict in which targets fall on a continuum of judgment between military and civilian becomes more perilous in an age of international scrutiny where good-faith differences of view can take on criminal implications.
Baker, James E.
"When Lawyers Advise Presidents in Wartime,"
Naval War College Review: Vol. 55
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