Workshop: The Ethics of Indirect Foreign Intervention


Gula Villan, Stockholm University
Monday 20th May, 2019

James Pattison (Manchester) ‘Option-blocking and indirect intervention’

Respondent: Susanne Burri (LSE)

Christopher Finlay (Durham) ‘Assisting Rebels Abroad: Beyond the Limits of the Defensive Paradigm’

Respondent: Joe Chapa (Oxford)

James Christensen (Essex) ‘The Ethics of Arms Dealing’

Respondent: Magnus Reitberger (Stockholm)

Helen Frowe (Stockholm) ‘Liability for Wrongful Assistance’

Respondent: Kartik Upadhyaya (Warwick)

Jeffrey Howard (UCL) ‘The Ethics of Propaganda Interventions’

Respondent: Jessica Pepp (Uppsala)

Kieran Oberman (Edinburgh) ‘Killing and Rescuing’

Respondent: Lisa Hecht (Stockholm)

 

This is a pre-read workshop: there will be no paper presentations. Papers will be made available to all registered delegates no later than the 7th of May. To register, please complete the form below. Enquiries can be emailed to benjamin.matheson@philosophy.su.se. The workshop is free to attend, but places are limited. Lunch will be provided for all registered delegates. Non-speakers are also welcome to attend the dinner at their own expense.

 

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