ethics of warfare
Should robot soldiers kill—or be killed?
Karl D. Stephan | 07 June 2013 |
tags: ethics of warfare, human rights, weapons
The development of drones and robots who decide whom to kill and when worries the United Nations and human rights activists.
An arms craze: drones to lasers
Paul Rogers | 03 June 2013 |
The United States, Israel and other military powers continue to seek the perfect weapon, from drones to lasers. They forget how the story ends.
The empathy gap
John Tirman | 02 April 2013 |
tags: Afghanistan, drones, Iraq
Where is the sympathy for the civilian victims of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan?
Hellfire, morality and strategy
George Friedman | 20 February 2013 |
tags: drones, ethics of warfare, US
The use of drones may be legal under international war, but it is leading the US into unknown territory.
Let’s talk about just war
Nathaniel Peters | 08 February 2013 |
tags: book reviews, just war, US foreign policy
In a country where opinion oscillates between the extremes of realism and pacifism, learning the history of the just war tradition is important.
Why men fight
Robert R. Reilly | 26 January 2013 |
Will women in front-line combat duty change the way men behave in combat?
The death of a dictator and the death of an ambassador
George Friedman | 19 September 2012 |
tags: foreign policy, Libya, Stratfor
If you wage war for moral ends, you are morally bound to manage the consequences.
Free speech under siege
Colleen Carroll Campbell | 04 August 2012 |
Today's gay-marriage movement seems far more eager to silence its critics than debate them.
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