Dr. James Giordano, Dr. Diane DiEuliis, “Balancing Act: Precision Medicine and National Security”

In a new paper published in Military Medicine, Stockdale Center Distinguished Fellow Dr James Giordano, and Dr Diane DiEuliis of National Defense University address the promise, possibilities and problems posed by advances in precision medicine to public health and national security. The Abstract of the paper: Developments in genetics, pharmacology, biomarker identification, imaging, and interventional biotechnology are enabling […]

First Bell Lecture Series: Dr. Bruce Jones, “To Rule the Waves”

The Stockdale Center and the Forum on Integrated Naval History and Seapower Studies (FINHSS) present a First Bell Lecture in Naval Leadership and History, “To Rule the Waves: Seapower, Economics, and Geopolitical Leadership in the Modern Age.” The speaker, Dr. Bruce Jones, director of the Project on International Order and Strategy at the Brookings Institution. […]

Dr. Nancy Sherman: Five Myths About Stoicism

Dr. Nancy Sherman, philosopher at Georgetown University and former Distinguished Chair of Ethics at the Stockdale Center presented a lecture entitled “Five Myths about Stoicism.” Dr. Sherman is an accomplished expert on Ancient Philosophy, and author of the recently published book “Stoic Wisdom: Ancient Lessons for Modern Resilience”Midshipman engaged in a virtual Q & A […]

Dr. Jessica M. Mohler, “Athletic and Military Performance – A Neurocognitive Perspective on Success.”

This presentation is part of the ‘Brain Science and Effective Leadership Series,’ hosted by the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership.Dr. Jess Mohler from the USNA Midshipmen Development Center discusses “Athletic and Military Performance – A Neurocognitive Perspective on Success.” Dr. Jessica M. Mohler, CC-AASP, is a clinical and sport psychologist. For the past seven years […]

Dr. Ed Barrett, Dr. Peter Berkowitz and Dr. Patrick Deneen – “Liberal Democracy: Fatally Flawed or Merely Challenged?”

Are liberal democracies fatally flawed or merely challenged? An online discussion with two renowned scholars: Patrick Deneen, University of Notre Dame, author of “Why Liberalism Failed” and Peter Berkowitz, Stanford University, author of “Constitutional Conservatism: Liberty, Self-Government and Political Moderation.”Drs. Deneen and Berkowitz are interviewed by the Center’s own Dr. Ed Barrett. This is followed […]

Dr. Ed Barrett, John Ikenberry and John Mearshimer – “The Future of the Liberal International Order”

Dr. Edward T. Barrett, the Dean of Research and Director of the Office of Research and Scholarship at the US Naval Academy’s Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership,  was recently joined by two renowned scholars of international relations, G. John Ikenberry, Princeton University, author of A World Safe for Democracy: Liberal Internationalism and the Crises of Global Order, and John […]

Dr Roger Herbert guest of The Department of War Studies, King’s College London

Dr. Roger Herbert, Distinguished Military Professor of Ethics, and NE 203 Course Director, takes part in a panel discussion consequent upon the publication of the Brereton report in Australia. That report is a potentially seminal moment for the teaching and practice of military ethics. Condemnation of individuals for war crimes might come easily, but what were […]