Symposium on The Changing Nature of War and Peace

March 26, 2015
Department of Philosophy & Collaboration Project, Adelphi University

Thomas Dixon Lovely Ballroom, Ruth S. Harley University Center
1 South Avenue
Garden City 11530
United States

Main speakers:

Séverinne Autesserre
Barnard College
Daniel Brunstetter
UC Irvine
Joshua Goldstein
American University
Adil Haque
Rutgers School of Law - Newark
Jeff McMahan
Oxford University

Organisers:

Shawn Kaplan
Adelphi University

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This interdisciplinary symposium will feature philosophers, legal scholars, and political theorists. The morning sessions will address The Changing Means of Waging War and will focus specifically on the practice of targeted killing by means of drones.  Each scholar will address this novel and controversial means of fighting war from their disciplinary standpoint: International Law, Ethics, and International Relations. Afterward, they will engage with one another and the audience in an open roundtable discussion of the topic.

The afternoon sessions will address the challenges to peace in the 21st Century.  What might peace, especially sustainable peace, look like in this era? The scholars will examine systemic and localized peacebuilding as well as the challenges to peace through new sources of conflict and instability.

Adelphi University is easily reached by taking the Long Island Railroad (LIRR) to Nassau Blvd.

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