I have just published a book review in Global Policy.
The book is The Metamorphosis of War, edited by Avery Plaw, and addresses the transformation of war and the changing practices, purposes and languages of warfare, as well as selected current responses to armed conflict and their impact.
The volume aims to illuminate how war has transformed; what are the stakes, mechanisms and consequences of contemporary war; and what resources do we have to break cycles of violence. It does so by mobilizing the knowledge of scholars from a range of disciplines and military practitioners. Deeply rooted in history and philosophy, but addressing some of the most pressing contemporary issues, I strongly recommend it.
If you are interested in the review, have a look here.