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Just War Colloquium

Just War Colloquium

Thursday, March 18, 2021

The Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics & Economics in partnership with Acton Institute invites you to explore how our understanding of just war has changed since 9/11 and its application to cyber warfare and the war on terror in the years to come.

Paul MillerKeynote Speaker
Paul D. Miller, Ph.D.
Professor of the Practice of International Affairs, Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service
Dr. Miller’s new book, Just War and Ordered Liberty, reinterprets the just war traditions in light of contemporary security challenges.

Bryan McGrawSession Chair- Cyber Security
Bryan McGraw, Ph.D

Department Chair, Associate Professor of Politics, and Dean of Social Sciences, Wheaton College

Eric PattersonSession Chair - Terrorism: 20 years after 9/11
Eric Patterson, PhD.
Executive Vice President of the Religious Freedom Institute and Scholar at Large, Regent University

David IglesiasDirector, Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics & Economics
David C. Iglesias, J.D.
David Iglesias, has served as a United States Attorney, U.S. Navy JAG Officer, White House Fellow, college professor, political economy think tank director, state prosecutor, military war crimes/terrorism prosecutor and spokesman, rule of law instructor in Latin America, Africa, Eastern Europe and Asia; civil rights defense attorney, state-wide political candidate, and criminal defense attorney.

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Thursday, March 18, 2021

 - Virtual (link will be sent to registrants)

Cyber War

 - 9:00-11:00 AM (CST)
 - 3 presenters
 - 10 minutes each
 - Q&A to follow each presentation

Terrorism: 20 years after 9/11

 - 1:00-3:00 PM (CST) 
 - 3 presenters
 - 10 minutes each
 - Q&A to follow each presentation

Evening Lecture - Paul D. Miller

 - 7:00-8:00 PM (CST)
 - Livestreamed, open to the public
 - Q & A time with select Wheaton students and colloquium participants