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Steve Stein is a mild-mannered lawyer in a prestigious law firm when his best friend since high school, Paul Martin, is found shot to death in a Wal-Mart parking lot under mysterious circumstances. Steve starts asking questions, but nothing he learned at Harvard Law School will prepare him for the truth. Paul was living a secret life. Four times marriedand three times divorcedhe was a notorious gambler, which Steve suspects might have something to do with his murder. However, his investigations lead him in a direction he never suspected. Now mixed up in fraud, terrorism, and murder, Steves life is turned upside-down. He soon finds himself working to help the FBI, which could very well get him killed. The list of suspects in Pauls slaying continues to grow, from a bitter ex to an estranged son to drug dealers. With Pauls funeral but days away, Steve hopes to solve his friends murder before he ends up in a casket of his own.
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At a time of grave ethical failure in global security affairs, this is the first book to bring together emerging theoretical debates on ethics and ethical reasoning within security studies. In this volume, working from a diverse range of perspectives—poststructuralism, liberalism, feminism, just war, securitization, and critical theory—leading scholars in the field of security studies consider the potential for ethical visions of security, and lay the ground for a new field: "ethical security studies". These ethical ‘visions’ of security engage directly with the meaning and value of security and security practice, and consider four key questions: • Who, or what, should be secured? • What are the fundamental grounds and commitments of different security ethics? • Who or what are the most legitimate agents, providers or speakers of security? • What do ethical security practices look like? What ethical principles, arguments, or procedures, will generate and guide ethical security practices? Informed by a rich understanding of the intellectual and historical experience of security, the contributors advance innovative methodological, analytical, political and ethical arguments that represent the cutting edge of the field. This book opens a new phase of collaboration and growth that promises to have great benefits for the more humane, effective and ethical practice of security politics. This book will be of much interest to students of critical security studies, ethics, philosophy, and international relations.

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