Professor Chris Brown examines how terrorism, particularly non-state terrorism, is changing the accepted understanding of acceptable behavior in wartime. He discusses controversies such as extraordinary rendition, Guantanamo Bay detention, and enhanced interrogation techniques. He points out that the existential threat posed by terrorism may not be physical annihilation, but a change in western morals and values.
Ethics, Violence, & the War on Terror
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