National Security | Military Ethics | Global Far-Right Extremism | Counter-Terrorism | Antisemitism


Targeted Killing: Navigating the Moral Maze and Operational Challenges

Discover the intricate world of targeted killing, a potent counterterrorism measure employed by democratic nations. This captivating lecture uncover the tool’s unique characteristics while confronting the moral dilemmas it evokes.

Prepare to explore the profound complexities surrounding targeted killing, including the delicate balance between minimizing civilian casualties and achieving operational objectives. Engaging in thought-provoking discussions, we will explore the proportionality dilemma, the distinction dilemma, the boomerang effect, and more.

Uncover the strategic considerations that underpin these operations, delving into the critical decision-making processes surrounding political and operational targeting. Case studies and short videos will accompany the presentation, enriching your understanding of this multifaceted subject.

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