- 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.”
In this webinar, William R Thomas will discuss justice in the context of war-fighting.
- 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.
Space is allocated first-come, first-served.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at: www3.gotomeeting.com/register/199696406