President Obama’s commutation of U.S. Army traitor Bradley, aka Chelsea, Manning’s 35-year prison sentence for violating the Espionage Act, among other crimes, raises important spiritual questions.
Mark TooleyJanuary 18, 2017
It would be, quite simply, impossible to find a person better positioned to write on “American Intelligence in the Age of Terror” over the past two decades than Michael Hayden.
Keith PavlischekDecember 27, 2016
Over the last ten years, scholars have shown deeper interest in applying the just war tradition to the extra bellum realm, especially to intelligence collection and surveillance.
Brian AutenSeptember 23, 2016
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
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
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