J. Daryl Charles
J. Daryl Charles, PhD, serves as an affiliate scholar of the John Jay Institute and a contributing editor of Providence: A Journal of Christianity and American Foreign Policy, and has served as the Acton Institute Affiliated Scholar in Theology & Ethics. He is coauthor of The Just War Tradition: An Introduction and coeditor of America and the Just War Tradition: A History of U.S. Conflicts.
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by J. Daryl Charles | Jul 30, 2022
In a perceptive essay published in the Winter 1995 issue of Dissent, just war theorist Michael Walzer questioned the morality of nonintervention-as-absolute policy on the part of nations having the wherewithal to prevent gross evil. To intervene or not intervene,…
by J. Daryl Charles | Apr 10, 2022
With the arrival of April, we now enter the third month of Russia’s demonic assault on Ukraine. Vladimir Putin’s intentions, reflected by his illegal seizure of the Crimean peninsula in 2014 and continued provocation of a “hybrid” war in Ukraine…