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PSDNPacket Switched Data Network
PSDNPublic Switched Data Network
PSDNPanasonic Solution Developer Network
PSDNPhilippine Sustainable Development Network
PSDNProgress Software Developers Network (Progress Software Corporation; support service)
PSDNPacific Sexual Diversity Network (HIV/AIDS education)
PSDNPartido Social Democrata Nacional (National Social Democratic Party - Brazil)
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En el PSDN insisten en que el fuero castrense "no implica prebenda o privilegio alguno" y que los tribunales militares solo actuan por delitos cometidos por soldados en actos del servicio.
El PSDN, sin embargo, no hace ninguna mencion a la desercion, a pesar de que es un problema muy acusado.
El PSDN propone la creacion de nueva infraestructura militar y el desarrollo de mas equipo.
La paradoja es que, pese a las insuficiencias estructurales, el PSDN notifica la creacion de un organismo para la defensa y seguridad a traves de internet llamado Centro de Operaciones Ciberespacio, que tendra el objetivo de desarrollar la "Cuarta Dimension de Operaciones Militares", con el objetivo de velar por los activos informaticos y de comunicaciones.
At least for the members of such a coalition, Buchanan argues, the dangers implicit in resort to PSDN would be greatly reduced, probably to the extent of making PSDN preferable to JWN in a state of nature, especially in a post 9/11 world.
This general idea, Buchanan suggests, applies to both JWN and PSDN in much the same way.
However, Buchanan clearly suggests, though he does not explicitly dwell on the point, that there is an important asymmetry between JWN and PSDN (as well as other plausible substantive moral justifications for aggressive war, like the forcible democratization rationale).
Contrast this observation about the force of PSDN with what happens to JWN when the latter is superseded by a proper institutional framework.
PSDN, therefore, does not conflict with the principle that we may not aggress against the innocent.
Buchanan is committed to the view, to conclude, that JWN is dependent on institutional context in a much stronger sense than PSDN (or other convincing moral justifications for the use of aggressive force).
It follows that the standoff between JWN and PSDN, in Buchanan's view, is not a conflict between different moral values.
Rather, we will at least have to be able to appeal to PSDN, if we are to have any chance of survival in that state (Hobbes 1991: 91-111).