Description - Ethics and the Future of Conflict by Joel H. Rosenthal
For introductory courses in International Relations, National Security, U.S. Foreign Policy and U.S. Diplomatic History. Born of a multiyear, interdisciplinary collaborative project consisting of experts in international affairs, military strategy, diplomacy and ethics, this book focuses on the moral dimension of international and military affairs as it explores a series of moral dilemmas facing the U.S. national security and military communities. The book focuses on the moral norms, procedures, and outcomes of military action, and its interdisciplinary and interprofessional approach demonstrates the need to examine issues from a variety of angles to achieve a full understanding of international affairs.
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Author Biography - Joel H. Rosenthal
Anthony E Lang, Jr., is a professor in the Department of Political Science at Albright College and is the author of Agency and Ethics: The Politics of Military Intervention. Albert C. Pierce is Director of the Center for the Study of Professional Military Ethics. The project that produced this book began while he was Professor of Military Strategy at the National War College. Joel H. Rosenthal is the president of the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs and editor of the journal Ethics & International Affairs.