From the Athenian attack on Melos to the My Lai Massacre, from the wars in the Balkans to the first war in Iraq, Michael Walzer examines the moral issues surrounding military theory, war crimes, and the spoils of war. His research spans from the first war in Iraq all the way back to the first war in Iraq. He investigates a number of wars that have occurred throughout the course of history, in addition to the testimonies of those who have been directly involved in the conflicts, including participants, decision makers, and victims. Walzer reminds us once again that “the argument about war and justice is still a political and moral necessity” in the introduction he provides for this new edition of the book. Walzer specifically addresses the moral issues that are associated with the war in Iraq as well as the occupation of that country.