Ethics and the First World War
This year marks 100 years since the start of the First World War. The events of the Great War are being commemorated and reflected upon in a series of national and international events. This colloquium aims to raise ethical issues and propose lessons to be drawn for the present and future.
This one-day colloquium, held together with the McDonald Centre, forms part of an annual series on Ethics and International Security. Topics covered to date have included national interest, intelligence-gathering, military intervention after Libya, and warfare by remote control.
Attendance is by invitation only. Please note this event will be held at the University of Oxford.