The UK is considering a new law that would criminalize “entering or remaining in a designated area” to help prosecute ISIS fighters from Britain who return home. But laws that could help prosecute them already exist.
Ewelina U. OchabDecember 3, 2018
The UK’s very broad counter-extremism strategy is inadequate to address terrorism and violent extremism, Islamist or otherwise.
Ewelina U. OchabApril 6, 2018
Can a Christian support using sleep deprivation against known terrorists to gain valuable intelligence that could save lives?
Daniel StrandMarch 23, 2018
The Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF) passed by Congress in 2001 remains in force, but policymakers are debating whether to repeal, replace, or expand its authorities.
Paul D. MillerNovember 22, 2017
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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