In March of 2022 I introduced H.Res. 1009 to propose implementing structured deliberation on the most serious and grave responsibility…
Jerry McNerneyJanuary 31, 2023
After years of appeasement and failing to reckon with a reborn Russian imperialism, the U.S. and NATO nations are awaking from their moral and military slumber.
J. Daryl CharlesJanuary 30, 2023
Understanding the Chinese idea of Just War is essential to understanding Chinese military doctrine.
James Turner JohnsonJanuary 19, 2023
As should already be clear from this series’ first three essays (here, here, and here), the Christian realist just war…
Marc LiVeccheJanuary 16, 2023
Two op/ed pieces, appearing in recent days in the Wall Street Journal, take very different views of ending the war…
J. Daryl CharlesJanuary 10, 2023
Ukraine is under no obligation to surrender.
Debra EricksonJanuary 7, 2023
In 1983, Just War scholar William O’Brien wrote: “The greatest threats to the free world do not arise from the…
Rebeccah HeinrichsJanuary 5, 2023
The Christian realist just war tradition is primarily concerned with aiding reflection on how to meet the obligations of of love through, not despite, war
Marc LiVeccheDecember 15, 2022
The first in a series, this introductory essay grounds the historical development of just war tradition in Christian moral and political responsibility
Marc LiVeccheDecember 9, 2022
Institute on Religion and Democracy1023 15th Street NW, Suite 200Washington, DC 20005
© 2023 The Institute on Religion and Democracy. All rights reserved.