Children and war

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  • War -- Psychological aspects -- Congresses.,
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P.W. Singer, an internationally recognized expert in twenty-first-century warfare, explores how a new strategy of war, utilized by armies and warloads alike, has targeted children, seeking to turn them into soliders and terrorists.

Children at War is the first comprehensive examination of a disturbing and escalating phenomenon: the use of children as soldiers around the globe.

Interweaving explanatory narrative with the voices of child soldiers themselves, P.W. Singer, an internationally recognized expert in modern warfare, introduces the brutal reality of conflict, where children are sent off to fight in war-torn.

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