An accusation in the course of fieldwork
in The ethics of researching war
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Stojan Sokolović has attenuated the author to the fact that he was responsible, to everyone, all the time, and for everything. Stojan Sokolović fundamentally compromised the foundational moment of author's faith in the discipline in which he has trained and from which he claim to speak. Stojan Sokolović lead the author to speak of war or death or peace operations or democratization or privatization or post-conflict environments or the political economy of insecurity in the maze of uncertainty. Stojan Sokolović does not relegate the author into fearful silence, for even silence is a potential form of violence. Silence is also the herald of violence, or its co-conspirator. The awareness that there is no pure non-violence is the vocative call which summons author to be responsible for his decisions, for the words he choose and the stances he took.

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