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Concept of Enemy in Modern Politics. View from a Perspective of Just War Theory

The concept of war has always been fundamental for understanding of politics. But there's still no appropriate war and enemy theory available. I suppose such a theory should focus on the concept of bracketing of enmity. It should use just war theory principles limiting the possibility of armed conflicts and limiting methods applied to war. This approach takes in account both principles of law and justice that treats enemy as necessary part of political existence.