Ethics Under Fire: Challenges for the Australian Army Book Launch


Ngunnawal Theatre, R1, Russell Offices
Please arrive by 4.15 pm

4.30pm to 6.30pm

Join the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society for the launch of Ethics Under Fire: Challendes for the Australian Army.

Lieutenant General Angus Campbell AO DSC, Chief of Army, will formally launch the book.

About the Book

Events at Abu Ghraib prison and the 1968 My Lai Massacre show that the behaviour of the military can descend into barbarism. How strong is the military’s commitment to avoiding such atrocities? Ethics Under Fire — a timely and compelling book — asks questions and raises issues the Australian Army can’t ignore. Including chapters on social media and violence, cyber weapons, ethics in special operations, and humanitarian deployments, leading military personnel, aid workers, commentators and academics discuss the Australian Army’s commitment to behaving ethically, and the challenges involved. Ethics Under Fire offers a rare insight into the key issues facing the modern army arising from technology, tactics and terrorism.

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