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In war, people do awful things to other people. But the concept of 'war crime' suggests that some things are worse than others.

How do we disentangle what's fair play from what's criminal?
What are the ethical justifications for regarding some of the evils of war as worse than others?

John and Ken explore the challenging subject of war crimes with noted legal philosopher David Luban from Georgetown University, author of Legal Ethics and Human Dignity.

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War Crimes 40:46
Total Time 40:46

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