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Revising, or Rejecting, ‘Reasonable Prospect of Success’ in Just Wars? Lessons From Ukraine

At the outset of the invasion, analysts doubted Ukraine’s likelihood of winning a war against Russia. But as the conflict enters its second year, Ukraine’s resistance prompts a challenge to revisionist and traditionalist conceptions of “just war”—specifically, for the condition of “success.”

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