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What unique ethical challenges do special operators face? In a lunchtime lecture to Midshipmen, Dr. Roger Herbert–USN CAPT (ret.), former commander of SEAL Delivery Team 2, Naval
Is the Chinese regime’s goal of a “harmonious society” consistent with traditional Confucian values? In a short lecture to the Midshipmen, Dr. Philip J. Ivanhoe–former
In the latest edition of the podcast “True North,” Marc LiVecche, the McDonald Distinguished Scholar of Ethics, War, and Public Life at Providence speaks with Captain Ryan
In a new paper article published in The Texas National Security Review’s journal War on the Rocks, Stockdale Center Senior Fellow Jovana Davidovic, address and challenges a common
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
What problems are undermining liberal democracies, what are their causes, and what can be done? A virtual discussion. Dr Ed Barret is joined by Dr.
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
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