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Featured Article: Is the Morality of War Plausible in a Diverse World?



Featured Article: Is the Morality of War Plausible in a Diverse World?
Featured article: Is the Morality of War Plausible in a Diverse World? by John Madden It seems evident from experience that there are different cultures, different cultural moral codes, and different individual moral views. The ancient historian, Herodotus, gives a famous account of when Darius of Persia caused certain Greeks,… Read More

Featured Article: Will Russian Exploitation of Open Press Destroy U.S. Democracy?



Featured Article: Will Russian Exploitation of Open Press Destroy U.S. Democracy?
Featured article: Will Russian Exploitation of Open Press Destroy U.S. Democracy? by Nicholas Kane A democracy is only as resilient as its people. An informed and engaged citizenry is the fundamental requirement for a free and resilient nation. For generations, our society has protected free press, free speech, and free… Read More

Featured Article: The Ethics of Information-Gap Decision Making



Featured Article: The Ethics of Information-Gap Decision Making
Featured article: The Ethics of Information-Gap Decision Making by William J. Davis, Jr. and Penny Koerner Not taking risks one doesn’t understand is often the best form of risk management. – Raghuram G. Rajan Classic decision-making theory incorporates three echelons of information required to make a decision: certainty, risk, and… Read More

Featured Article: Chinese Advantages in the Development and Integration of AI…



Featured Article: Chinese Advantages in the Development and Integration of AI…
Featured article: Chinese Advantages in the Development and Integration of Artificial Intelligence and Warfare by Daniel G. Cox The United States currently leads the world in Artificial Intelligence (AI) development. However, several scholars and writers have noted that this lead is dwindling and that China is rapidly catching up. Most… Read More

Featured Article: Criminal Ethos of Russia…



Featured Article: Criminal Ethos of Russia…
Featured article: Criminal Ethos of Russia: The Great Western Dilemma of Fighting New Generation Warfare by Egidijus Čiūtas After the collapse of the Soviet Union and the rise of Putin, Russia institutionalized a criminal world and employed it as another instrument of national power. It was talentedly interconnected with the… Read More

Featured Article: Disenfranchisement Breeds Conflict



Featured Article: Disenfranchisement Breeds Conflict
Featured article: Disenfranchisement Breeds Conflict by Benjamin E. Birtles Conflict arises from various sources of competition loosely categorized as either realistic or non-realistic. Disenfranchisement increases group stress leading to increased non-realistic conflict sources, thereby contributing to a higher probability of physical violence. Forcibly implementing political systems that cause disenfranchisement sets… Read More

Featured Article: New Generation Warfare…



Featured Article: New Generation Warfare…
Featured article: New Generation Warfare and the Just War Tradition by Richard E. Berkebile Just war traditions establish norms for resorting to and conducting war – otherwise known as jus ad bellum and jus in bello. Ethicists argue these norms are universal and, excepting occasional and usually lagging adjustments for… Read More

Featured Article: Hidden Changes in Organizational Culture…



Featured Article: Hidden Changes in Organizational Culture…
Featured article: Hidden Changes in Organizational Culture and Their Lasting Effects by Christopher R. Allen and Ted A. Thomas We continue to see reports of unethical practices within trusted organizations, oftentimes committed by good people. What causes these individuals to act out of character, especially when their organizations advocate upholding… Read More

Featured Article: Designing Complexity Into Our Understanding of Conflict



Featured Article: Designing Complexity Into Our Understanding of Conflict
Featured article: Deep Analysis: Designing Complexity Into Our Understanding of Conflict by Thomas G. Matyók, Hannah Rose Mendoza and Cathryne Schmitz Conflict is inherently messy, and today those analyzing conflicts are confronted with an incredible number of problems that resist resolution. Chaos, ambiguity, and contradiction are routine. The vast majority… Read More