When we bandy about “war crimes,” “assassination,” and other terms, we ought to consider what we are talking about and, if appropriate, what the available mechanisms for justice are.
Eric PattersonMarch 31, 2022
Whatever Putin’s eventual demise, we will gratefully pray, Thy will be done.
Mark TooleyMarch 24, 2022
The Jamal Khashoggi affair presents the perfect opportunity for the United States to press Saudi Arabia for more progress on its horrendous human rights record.
Robert NicholsonOctober 15, 2018
Robert Kennedy had rejected the anti-Semitism of his father, Ambassador Joe Kennedy, and had pledged to send 50 jet fighters to Israel to help that small, embattled country survive in a sea of enemies. For that, he would pay with his life.
Robert MorrisonJune 5, 2018
Following the Christian just war tradition, could the assassination of Syria’s Bashar al-Assad be justified, despite its illegal nature?
Darrell ColeApril 18, 2018
If Russian agents in the UK tried to kill Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Russian agents should pay.
Darrell ColeMarch 13, 2018
Kenneth Himes’ Drones and the Ethics of Targeted Killing offers an ethical and theological analysis of how we do and should use drones.
Nathaniel PetersMay 13, 2016
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