The Law and Ethics of Targeted Killing
Dr. Adil Haque will discuss legal implications and ethical considerations of targeted killing programs. The talk will take place on April 28th from 12 until 2 00 pm in Conklin 233.
Ethics Fellows for the Future
In the Spring of 2013, Joanna Maulbeck, one of DGA’s Ph.D. Candidates, was selected to take part in a dialogue about ethics in global affairs with students from around the world at the Carnegie Council.
Book Talk “Goodbye Hegemony! Power and Influence in the Global System”
Professor Simon Reich will present on the recent book Good-Bye Hegemony!: Power and Influence in the Global System. The talk will take place on April 30th at Conklin 233 from 12 00 until 2 00 pm.
DGA Ph.D. students that have either graduated or will be defending their dissertation and are available to be placed.
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