Ethics and National Security

This graduate seminar focuses on appreciating the ethical quandaries confronting principals who make decisions on national security policy. Students practice articulating foreign policy arguments, paying attention to the political, ethical, and social scientific aspects of those arguments. Issues covered include just war, humanitarian intervention, counterintelligence, counterterrorism, immigration, economic sanctions, foreign aid, and distributive justice.

Number of Credits

3

Luke N. Condra

Course Term

Fall

Course Category

Category C: Cultural Antagonisms and Cultural Crises

Course Year

2017