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Introduction / Allan Eickelmann, Tom Lansford, and Eric Nelson The justice of violence Just war: an ethic of restraint or the defense of order? / Valerie O.F. Morkevicius Moralizing the violence or a just response? The dimensions and limitations of the Bush doctrine / Chris Dolan The President and the Congress in concert: declaring and making war in the United States / Susan Weldon Scott A political calculus of apology: Japan and its neighbors / Girma Negash Violence as injustice Power to destroy, power to heal: violence, state power and paradigm shifts for peace / Carol Hunter The ethics of living American primacy, or, towards a global Jim Crow, and its discontents / Will Watson The fist of pacifism / Angela Gordon & Tobias Gibson Violence and non-violence as constitutional argument: an analysis of the 1963 Civil Rights demonstrations in Birmingham, Alabama / Neal Allen Fred Smith, in Jack Rocks, earrings and the occupation of Moss #3: emblems of the struggle for decency in the Appalachian coal fields / Fred Smith Beyond justice and injustice A case of communist indoctrination and American enticement during the Korean War / Bryan D. McKnight From rollback to preemption: a comparison of the Reagan and Bush doctrines / Robert Pauly Jr. The 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq: militarism in the service of geopolitics / Edmund Byrne Beyond politics / Helena Cristini Conclusion: no clash, but dialogue among religions and nations: towards a new paradigm of international relations / Hans Küng.