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The seventh panel of the 2021 McCain Conference explored the ethics of two specific and often related activities in the grey zone: cyber operations and election manipulation.
Author, Ethics and Cyber Warfare (Oxford University Press, 2016), Military Ethics: What Everyone Needs to Know (Oxford UP, 2016), Anthropologists in Arms (Alta Mira Press, 2009), Editor, Routledge Handbook of Military Ethics ( 2015). Refereed journal articles& book chapters: military and professional ethics, cyber conflict, unmanned systems, private contracting, etc. General Editor, Collected Edition of Alfred North Whitehead (Edinburgh University Press) Senior Fellow: Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership (U.S. Naval Academy).View the profile
Dr. Ohlin is Interim Dean and Professor of Law at Cornell Law School. Trained as a lawyer and philosopher, his research has tackled questions as diverse as criminal conspiracy, the punishment of collective criminal action, the philosophical foundations of international law, and the role of new technologies in warfare—including cyberwar, remotely piloted drones, and autonomous weapons. His most recent monograph is Election Interference: International Law and the Future of Democracy.View the profile
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