Adil Ahmad Haque (Rutgers Law School; Rutgers Law School) has posted Defending Civilians from 'Defensive Killing' (Journal of Moral Philosophy, Forthcoming) on SSRN. Here is the abstract:
Helen Frowe’s 'Defensive Killing' is in many respects an excellent book, full of arguments that are original, interesting, important, and often persuasive. In other respects, the book is deeply unsettling, as it forcefully challenges the belief that killing ordinary civilians in armed conflict is a paradigmatic moral wrong. In particular, Frowe argues that civilians who make political, material, strategic, or financial contributions to an unjust war may lose their moral protection from intentional and collateral harm. On this point, Frowe’s arguments are original, interesting, and important but, thankfully, not persuasive.