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Seeing through the fog of war: the need for Professional Military Ethics Education

September 24, 2015

By Gwilym Williams: Modern warfare is not a straightforward business. Amidst the fog of war, combatants are expected to make life and death decisions, weigh up the possible consequences of their actions, and consider whether their actions are right or wrong, just or unjust, in a matter of seconds. Ill-defined enemies, the presence of civilians, … Continue reading “Seeing through the fog of war: the need for Professional Military Ethics Education”


Gender and the War on Terror

March 11, 2015

By Caroline Cottet: When making sense of the people and things around us, it is often tempting to rely on binaries. There’s “us” and there’s “them”, there are “men” and “women”, “masculinities” and “femininities”, some are “white” others are not. These lists apply to our our daily routines as much as to extraordinary events. For … Continue reading “Gender and the War on Terror”


The tortured narrative of a nation at war: USA & the CIA Torture Report

December 10, 2014

By Tyrell Mayfield: What is more important: truth or trust? Are they mutually exclusive? Does one require the other? These are the questions that America is struggling with as it finds itself once again standing at the crossroads of legal, moral, and social justice. The recent release of the summary of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s … Continue reading “The tortured narrative of a nation at war: USA & the CIA Torture Report”


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