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31 Jul 2006 description

By Anthony Cordesman, Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy

Qana is more than a horrifying human tragedy. It is a brutal lesson in the changing nature of modern war. It is also a lesson that applies just as much to Iraq, Afghanistan, and the war on terrorism as it does to the fighting in Lebanon. The lesson is simple: limited wars must be fought in ways that give avoiding collateral damage and civilian casualties at least as much priority as destroying the enemy.