We Can Still Learn From Aristotle

What the philosopher can still teach us about grief versus stoicism and "the role of emotions in the good life."

Preventing Another Abu Ghraib

The military ethicist believes Abu Ghraib represented an ethical breakdown "from the top down." But have things changed under Obama?

What’s Fair in War

From the Iliad to Afghanistan, the field of military ethics has tried—not always successfully—to impose rules on the chaos of mass slaughter.

How We Can Really Support Our Troops

We’re taking better psychological care of soldiers than we used to. But with deployments getting longer and longer, far more needs to be done.