- When: Thursday, November 17th
- Time: 1 PM Eastern (7 pm +1GMT)
- Hosted by: Atlas Society
The Iraq war is winding down, but NATO remains heavily engaged in an ugly guerrilla war in Afghanistan. And the U.S. launches drone strikes against civilians world-wide as part of the “War on Terror.”
- Should there be restrictions on weapons or tactics?
- Is there a workable distinction between combatants and non-combatants?
To answer these questions we need to ask what the goals of war-fighting are and how justice in wartime differs from justice in the normal context of life.
This interactive webinar will consist in a live slide-show with audio presentation that will run about 30 minutes. Then William Thomas will discuss questions from the audience. There’s time for everyone’s questions to be answered.