Cole’s Just War and the Ethics of Espionage takes readers deep into the labyrinth of ethical challenges in what the author argues is a necessary activity that prevents escalatory conflicts and protects the citizenry of a nation.
David SheddSeptember 6, 2016
The new international thriller film Our Kind of Traitor, based on a 2010 novel by master spy raconteur John LeCarré, is surprisingly inspiring.
Mark TooleyJuly 12, 2016
Milton’s Russian Roulette tells the captivating history of how British spies prevented the Bolsheviks from spreading revolution.
Mark MeltonJuly 11, 2016
In Superforecasting, Tetlock and Gardner argue convincingly that studying how superforecasters think can help other analysts improve their forecasts.
Mark MeltonMay 4, 2016
Almost by accident, I came to know Dewey Clarridge reasonably well as a warm acquaintance rather than as an intimate.
Thomas E. WilsonApril 20, 2016
In the just war tradition, war (and therefore torture) are not only sometimes morally permissible but obligatory in order to restrain the enemy from sin.
Marc LiVeccheJune 5, 2015
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