2005 Symposium: Religion, Ethics & Armed Conflict Law: Afghanistan & the War on Terror

Where to strike the balance in opposing national security to individual liberties and the rule of law, both internationally and domestically? The 2005 Barnes Symposium addresses the overlap between religion, ethics, armed conflict and law in the context of on-going events in Afghanistan, Iraq and the war on terror. Broader issues are visible under domestic and international law in areas like intelligence, reconciliation of civil liberties, dealing with non-state actor threats, and permissible bounds of interrogation, treatment of prisoners and armed conflict law developments generally.

An Annual Symposium Series on Law and Morality