This talk will defend a certain theory about the appropriate relationship between people, land and the state. It will explain why her theory of territory is better than its main rivals and the implications of the theory for resource, boundary-drawing, migration, and defensive rights (war). It will elaborate on some of the central claims of her 2015 book
The question of how to contend with terrorism in keeping with our pre-existing moral and legal commitments now challenges Europe as well as Israel and the United States: how do we apply Just War Theory and International Law to asymmetrical warfare, specifically to our counter terrorism measures? What can the classic moral argument in Just and Unjust Wars teach us about contemporary targeted killings with drones?
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Cultures in translation: a paradigm for Europe Culture in traduzione: un paradigma per l’Europa 18-19 October 2017, Belgrade Venue: Italian Cultural Institute in Belgrade