From the case of Edward Gallagher to recent statements by the Pope, current events encourage reflection on what it means to wage war ethically.
A holdover from a different time, the Letters of Last Resort signal a strategy of nuclear deterrence whose mode may be outdated, but whose message remains clear.
Nationalist rhetoric and policies are gaining traction, emboldening others to follow suit, and undermining our collective commitment to human rights.
Bladensburg's monument to veterans raises a number of thorny issues concerning the principle of neutrality, freedom of religion, and the foundations of law.
Why did two medical NGOs refuse to embed with Iraqi forces and provide treatment to Iraqi citizens who needed it?
North Korea's threats, most recently against Guam, pose questions of how the U.S. should ethically respond to a nuclear strike ordered by Kim Jong Un.
If Trump's strikes in Syria and Afghanistan are to be considered justified, they must adhere to certain standards of warfare.
Donald Trump's harsh condemnation of Bowe Bergdahl's alleged desertion makes trying the case particularly difficult.
Recent protests in Kosovo have highlighted the dangers of ethnic partition as a viable conflict resolution policy.
One thing that I noticed when I first heard media coverage of an Islamist group rising to power in Syria was that it was...