3 edition of Military necessity & homosexuality found in the catalog.
Military necessity & homosexuality
Ronald D. Ray
Includes bibliographical references (p. 113-122).
|Other titles||Military necessity and homosexuality.|
|Statement||Ronald D. Ray.|
|LC Classifications||UB418.G38 R39 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 122 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||93090062|
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Military Necessity & Homosexuality 2nd Edition by Ronald D Ray (Author) ISBN Format: Paperback. The U.S. Military & Homosexuals: A Source Book: Military Necessity & Homosexuality/Dod's Policy on Homosexuality/2 Books in 1 [Ray, Ronald D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Gays: In or Out?: The U.S. Military & Homosexuals: A Source Book: Military Necessity & Homosexuality/Dod's Policy on Homosexuality/2 Books in 1Author: Ronald D. Ray. This source book is in two parts: the Department of Defense policy on homosexuality, as refected in a GAO report to Congressional requesters on defense force management, and Colonel Ray's report on military necessity and homosexuality.
Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this sellerPrice: $ Introduction --Gays predict they will get into the military" --The case for the historical standard of military necessity --Military selection: an essential element of military efficiency to fulfill the constitutional duty to provide for the common defense --The case for maintaining the homosexual ban and the military laws against sodomy in the armed forces --Homosexual disinformation, deception and "politically correct" strategies for advancing homosexuality.
Military necessity & homosexuality 1st ed. by Ronald D. Ray. Published by First Principles in [Louisville, Ky.]. Written in EnglishPages: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Military necessity & homosexuality by Ronald D. Ray; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Armed Forces, Gays, Gay military personnel; Places: United States.
Military necessity is therefore at the heart of this law. Nobuo Hayashi has studied this essential question with such a depth of analysis and documentary Military necessity & homosexuality book that his book will certainly become indispensable for all those who apply, promote, teach, study and develop international humanitarian law.’ Yves Sandoz - University of FribourgAuthor: Nobuo Hayashi.
gay-rights movement, organized efforts to end the criminalization of homosexuality and protect the civil rights of homosexuals. While there was some organized activity on behalf of the rights of homosexuals from the midth through the first half of the Military necessity & homosexuality book cent., the modern gay-rights movement in the United States is usually said to have begun with the Stonewall riot (June, ) in New.
The idea of military necessity lies at the centre of the law of armed conflict and yet it is less than fully understood. This book analyses which legal limits govern the commander's assessment of military necessity, and argues that military necessity itself is not a : Sigrid Redse Johansen.
Military Necessity and Homosexuality Author Ray, Colonel Ronald D Format/binding Softcover Book condition Used - Good Jacket condition No Jacket Quantity available 1 Binding Paperback Publisher First Principles, Inc.
Place of Publication Louisville, KY Date published Keywords Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered. First work originally published: Military necessity & homosexuality / Ronald D.
Ray. 1st ed. Louisville, Ky.: First Principles, c 2nd work originally published: Defense force management: DOD's policy on homosexuality / United States General Accounting Office.
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On JPresident Clinton announced his new policy on homosexuals in the military. According to the President, the policy was to be made up of these Military necessity & homosexuality book elements: One, service men and women will be judged based on their conduct, not their sexual Size: KB.
Quoting the blurb: Concisely explains why homosexuals should not serve openly in the military and why the gay liberation movement must be destroyed with the same energy, resources and leadership America used to destroy another enemy: the Soviet Union's Evil Empire- both are equally wicked.
The “principle of military necessity” permits measures which are actually necessary to accomplish a legitimate military purpose and are not otherwise prohibited by international humanitarian law.
In the case of an armed conflict the only legitimate military purpose is to weaken the military capacity of the other parties to the conflict. Homosexuals and the U.S. Military: Current Issues Background and Analysis1 Early in the presidential campaign, then-candidate Bill Clinton commented that, if elected, he would “lift the ban” on homosexuals serving in the military.2 Existing policies had been in place since th e Carter Administra tion and, historically.
The majority of people in the public, and in the Military, support gay, lesbian and bisexual people in the military. Public opinion polls in recent years have consistently shown that two-thirds of the public, on average, believe that gay, lesbian, and bisexual service members should be allowed to serve openly in the U.S.
military (CNN, Gay men and lesbian women join the military to take advantage of the same opportunities offered to heterosexual men and women: education benefits, social mobility and to be patriotic (Sinclair, ). The ongoing discussion of homosexuality and the military has forced the country to confront military policies and practices publicly.
Military Necessity: Civil-Military Relations in the Confederacy. by Paul D. Escott, Greenwood Publishing Group,pages, $ Beginning with a quote from the NovemRichmond Enquirer, “The plea of military necessity has been presented in all its bearings, and we have willingly and cheerfully surrendered one privilege of freemen after another,” Paul Escott’s.
Military sociology is now a well-established and respected subfield within sociology. To survey the field this collection is organized around four major themes: (1) military organization, (2) civil-military relations, (3) the experience of war, and (4) the use and control of force.
1 Military necessity has been authoritatively defined by an American Military Tribunal in the Hostage Case (part of the ‘Subsequent Proceedings’ at Nuremberg) as follows: Military necessity permits a belligerent, subject to the laws of war, to apply any amount and kind of force to compel the complete submission of the enemy with the least possible expenditure of time, life, and.
homosexual partners insix years after Canada lifted its ban Given the military’s own estimate that percent of its personnel are gay or lesbian, the low figure suggests that service members may hesitate to out themselves by re-questing benefits.
The nine gay and lesbian service members from Canada who Parameters. Military necessity by Paul D. Escott. Confederate States of America -- Politics and government., Confederate States of America -- Military policy., Confederate States of America -- Social conditions., United States -- History Internet Archive Books.
Scanned in China. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on February 6, SIMILAR ITEMS (based Pages: Paul Jackson’s book – One of the Boys: Homosexuality in the Military during World War II – has discussed this problem in very excellent literary style.
InAllan Berube in his study — Coming out under Fire: The History of Gay Men and Women in World War Two –discussed experiences of gays and lesbians in the military of the United. The Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal Act of was a monumental piece of legislation for our military and for gay and lesbian service members, but the bill did not firmly put an end to.
In his book, Military Necessity and Homosexuality, retired Colonel Ronald Ray contended that gays were addicted to sex, that they engaged in practices that “are inherently degrading or humiliating and are rarely practiced by heterosexuals,” that pedophilia was “close to the heart of homosexuality,” and that gays acted compulsively to.
Similar in import to Grotius but more detailed and more recognizably modern in its discussion of what military necessity sanctions in war.
In Book 3, chapter 8, strong emphasis is placed on its relation to the doctrine of just war. Another classic from the development of early modern international law. Originally written in Nathaniel Frank, a Senior Research Fellow at the Palm Center who is writing a book on the gay exclusion rule to be published next year by St.
Martin’s Press, said that in recent history, military leaders had carefully constructed a rationale for the gay ban that sought to confine its reasoning to military necessity rather than morality or bias. Homosexuality was perceived very differently by soldiers at other times and places.
If one could interview a Spartan general and tell him that in the distant future a great nation would ban homosexual acts between soldiers in order to maintain military discipline, he would be astonished, incredulous, : Nigel Barber.
LGBT Military Index. The LGBT Military Index is an index created by the Hague Centre for Strategic Studies that uses 19 indicative policies and best practices to rank over countries on the inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender service members in the armed forces.
Countries with higher rankings, especially the ones at the top, stand out for their multiple concerted efforts to. Preface: There was a series of events that led to the need for this historical analysis.
Below is a general chronology providing context. There were, no doubt, numerous other events that occurred– newspaper articles, magazine articles, government reports, meetings, etc.
However, these key events will preface the analysis: Janu –William Jefferson Clinton assumes the [ ]. Johann Hari: the hidden history of homosexuality in the US. The gay and bisexual community of America pre-dates Columbus – and continues to shape the nation.
Nowadays gay in the military is a widely discussed topic, because the practice of military service of persons with non-traditional sexual orientation, and psychological, social and legal problems caused by this practice are familiar to all armies of the world. Thinking about this question in global sense we see that western governments, while avoiding charges [ ].
'Gays In The Military,' Vincent Cianni's New Book, Documents 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Impact And Repeal By Curtis M. Wong Documentary photographer Vincent Cianni offers a stark and stunning look at gay and lesbian service members in his forthcoming book, Gays in the : Curtis M.
Wong. Attacks. Military necessity is governed by several constraints: an attack or action must be intended to help in the military defeat of the enemy; it must be an attack on a military objective, and the harm caused to civilians or civilian property must be proportional and not "excessive in relation to the concrete and direct military advantage anticipated".
Back in February, a story broke from popular UK magazine Attitude entitled, “Young Queer People Shouldn’t Be Obliged to Care About LGBT History”. The article, by Dylan Jones, argues that queer kids are now “treated in much the same way as other kids”, they have out and proud queer role models, and are entering into a much more accepting world than those that came before : Christina Orlando.
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During WWII, Bradley was on military training and seemingly in love with Gordon, Hignett says. At the time, however, homosexuality was outlawed in the military, and soldiers could be shot for.
Brings together a critical mass of experts of different points of view to debate whether the U.S. military's gay ban is based on military necessity or prejudice."— Stonewall News Northwest "[This] book has something for almost every reader-a brief history of gays in the military, serious reasoned commentary on the topic, and heartfelt.
By the end of the s, reversing the military's policy was emerging as a priority for advocates of gay and lesbian civil rights. Several lesbian and gay members of the military came out publicly and vigorously challenged their discharges through the legal : Rod Powers. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Military Service Is Not a Right. Sept. 2, and the statutory homosexual ban is based on military necessity to maintain good order and discipline. For readiness reasons, the military.
A Military Times poll of active-duty military personnel, often cited by anti-gay activists, found that 10% of respondents said they would consider leaving the military if the DADT policy were repealed.
That would have meant that somepeople might have left the military .