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Updated
Conference
Schedule
as
of
19
January
2010:
 


2010
ISME
Program
 January
26­29,
2010

University
of
San
Diego
 “Ethics
and
Irregular
Warfare”
 Tues
26
January
 1730
(5:30
pm)
 James
B.
Stockdale
Symposium
reception
at
the
University
of
San
Diego,

 
 
 Courtyard
adjacent
to
the
Shiley
Theater.
 1900
(7:00
pm)
 James
B.

Stockdale
Symposium
address
by
BG
H.R.
McMaster,
Shiley
Theater.

 Wed
27
January
 0800
(8
am)


ISME
Registration/Refreshments,
Mother
Rosalie
Hill
Hall,
Sala


0845
(8:45
am)
 Welcome
and
Overview
of
Program,
ISME
Program
Chair,
Mother
Rosalie
Hill

 
 
 
 Hall,
Warren
Auditorium
 0900
(9
am)
 Keynote
Address,
Mother
Rosalie
Hill
Hall,
Warren
Auditorium
 
 
 David
Rodin,
Law
of
Armed
Conflict
Project,
Oxford
University

 
 
 “Ethical
Challenges
of
Irregular
Warfare”
 
 1015
(10:15
am)
Break
 
 10:30
(10:30
am)
Plenary
Panel:

“Ethics
Education
and
IW,
”
Mother
Rosalie
Hill
Hall,
Warren

 
 
 



 

Auditorium
 
 
 

H.R.
McMaster,
Martin
L.
Cook,
Paul
Robinson,
James
Connelly
 
 1245
(12:45
pm)

Lunch
break
(no
host)
 
 1430‐1600
(2:30‐4
pm)
 Concurrent
sessions
 
 What
do
we
Mean
by
IW?

 Non‐combatant
Immunity
 Virtues
&
Intentionality
in
IW
 Chair:

George
Lucas,
USNA
 “Doing
More
with
More:
the
 Ethics
of
Counterinsurgency”
 Rebecca
Johnson
(Marine
Corps
 University)
 “What
Do
we
Mean
by
‘Irregular
 Warfare’?”
Michael
Robillard
 (Univ
of
Victoria)


Chair:

Franklin
Mark
Osanka,
 Independent
Scholar


Chair:

Patrick
Mileham,
U.K.
 Defence
Academy


“Liability
and
Moral
Fault:
 Legitimate
Use
of
Force”
 Bernhard
Koch
(Institute
for
 Theology
and
Peace,
Hamburg)


“The
Politics
of
Courage
and
 Asymmetrical
Warfare,”
Pauline
 Kaurin,
Pacific
Lutheran
Univ


“The
Goldstone
Report
&
the
 Gaza
War:
Just
War
vs
Human
 Rights,”
Howard
Adelman
(York


“Utility
and
Intentionality,”
Capt.
 Willie
Caudill,
USAFA
 Location:
Reading
Room,
2nd


1



Location:
Warren
Auditorium,
 First
Floor


University)


Floor,
overlooking
the
Sala


Location:
Executive
Classroom,
 Room
102



 1600
(4
pm)
 Floor


Annual
ISME
Business
Meeting
(approx.
30
minutes),
Warren
Auditorium,
First


1830‐2030
(6:30‐8:30
pm)
ISME
Banquet,
Joan
B.
Kroc
Institute
for
Peace
and
Justice,
Salon
D
 Presiding:


Col
Jeff
McCausland,
USA
(retired),
Senior
Fellow,
Carnegie
Council
for
 Ethics
in
International
Affairs
 



 Keynote
Speaker:

LtGen
John
R.
Allen,
USMC,
Deputy
Commander,
U.S.
Central
 Command
 Thurs
28
January
 0900‐1045
(9
am‐10:45
am)
Concurrent
Sessions
 Changing
the
Rules
for
IW


IW:
Weapons
and
Tactics
in
IW


COIN
and
the
“Ethics
of
Care”


Chair:

Capt
Kelley
McPherson,
 USAFA


Chair:

LtCol
Ed
Barrett,
USAFR
 and
Stockdale
Center,
USNA


Chair:

CAPT
Elizabeth
Holmes,
 USN
(retired)/Stockdale
Center


Robert
Kennedy
(Univ
of
St.
 Col
John
Mark
Mattox
(US
Army
 Thomas),
“Who
may
be
Attacked
 Defense
Nuclear
Weapons
 in
War?”
 School),
“Nuclear
Weapons:
the
 Other
Extreme
of
IW”
 Asa
Kasher
(Tel
Aviv
Univ),
“The
 Dignity
of
Persons
in
Uniform”
 Bradley

Jay
Strawser
(Univ
of
 Connecticut),
“UAVs
as
Ethically
 Location:
Warren
Auditorium,
 Obligatory”
 First
Floor
 Randall
Dipert
(Univ
of
Buffalo)
 “The
Ethics
of
Cyberwarfare”


Geoffroy
Murat
(Ecole
des
 Hautes
Etudes
en
Sciences
 Sociales),
“Military
Ethics
&
the
 Ethics
of
Care”
 Daniel
H.
Levine
(Univ
of
 Maryland),
“Care
and
 Counterinsurgency”
 Location:
Reading
Room,
2nd
 Floor,
overlooking
the
Sala


Location:
Executive
Classroom,
 Room
102
 
 1030‐1100
(10:30‐11:00
am)


Break


1100‐1230
(11:00
am
‐
12:30
pm)
Concurrent
Sessions


2



Noncombatants
and
Detainees
 Chair:
David
Perry,
Davidson
 College
 John
Lango
(Hunter
College,
 CUNY),
“Force
Protection
and
 Noncombatant
Immunity”
 Michael
Skerker
(U.S.
Naval
 Academy),
“Detainees
and
 Interrogation
during
IW”
 Location:
Warren
Auditorium,
 First
Floor


Jus
ante
Bellum:
Preparing
for
 IW
 Chair:

Stephen
Coleman,
 Australian
Defense
Force
 Academy
 Harry
van
der
Linden
(Butler
 Univ)
,
“Just
Military
 Preparedness
and
IW”


Culture
and
Ethics
in
IW
 Chair:


Maj.
Larry
Dabeck
(US
 Army
CGSC‐Ft
Leavenworth)
 Breena
Coates
(CSUSB)
and
Col.
 Jeffrey
Caton,
“Kautilya’s
 Philosophy
on

SMART
Power
for
 Competitive
Advantage”
 Holly
Senatore,
"Bushido:
The
 Valor
of
Deceit"



LtCol
David
M
Barnes,
US
Army
 (Univ
of
Colorado),
“May
Private
 Location:
Reading
Room,
2nd
 Security
Companies
be
 Floor,
overlooking
the
Sala Integrated
into
 Counterinsurgency
Operations?”
 Location:
Executive
Classroom,
 Room
102


1230‐1400
(12:30
‐
2
pm)


Lunch
 1400‐1545
(2‐3:45
pm)
 

Concurrent
Sessions
 Legal
Challenges
of
IW
 Chair:

BGEN
Richard
O'Meara
 (U.S.
Army,
retired),
Rutgers
 University
 Col.
Tom
McShane
(US
Army
 CGSC‐GA),
“Legal
Challenges
in
 IW”


The
Responsibility
to
Protect
 (R2P)


IW
and
Social
Science


Chair:


Chair:
Prof.
Patricia
J.
Cook,
 Naval
Postgraduate
School


Maj.
Matt
Hallgarth
(USAF,
 retired;
Tarleton
State
Univ),
 “The
Moral
Implications
of
R2P”


“Anthropologists
and
 Psychologists
as
Force
 Multipliers
in
GWOT”


Steven
Trijsburg
(Univ
of
 J.
Steven
Shi
(Univ
of
GA),

USMC
 Amsterdam),
“Prospects
for
 Law
of
War
Training
Program
 Future
Effectiveness
of
R2P”
 and
IW”
 Location:
Executive
Classroom,
 Location:
Warren
Auditorium,
 Room
102
 First
Floor


Carolyn
Fluehr‐Lobban
(Rhode
 Island
College),
and
Jean
Marie
 Arrigio
(Project
on
Ethics
and
 Art)
 Location:
Reading
Room,
2nd
 Floor,
Overlooking
the
Sala



 1545‐1600
(3:45‐4
pm)
 Break
 
 1600‐1745
(4‐5:45
pm)
 Concluding
ISME
Sessions


3



IW,
Ethics
&
Leadership
 Chair:
LCDR
Maurice
A.
Buford,
 Marine
Corps
University
 Quantico
 Peter
Bradley
(Royal
Military
 College/Kingston),
“Military
 Culture(s)
and
Ethical
Decision
 Making”
 James
Weber
and
Virginia
Gerde
 (Duquesne
University),
 “Organizational
Influences
on
 Individual
Ethical
Decision
 Making”


Ethics
&
Professional
Military
 Education
(PME)


IW,
Terrorism
and
 Counterterrorism


Chair:




Chair:




Roderick
T.
Long
(Auburn
Univ),
 George
Clifford,
Naval
 “Asymmetric
Warfare,
Asymetric
 Postgraduate
School,
“A
Law
 Obligations?”
 Enforcement
Model
of
IW”
 CAPT
Tom
Grassey
(USNR,
 retired),
“Professional
Military
 Ethics:
the
Bad
News”


Maj.
Harry
H.
Jones
(US
Army;
 Univ
of
Virginia)
“Torture,
 Terrorists
and
Natural
Rights”


Location:
Executive
Classroom,
 Room
102


Location:
Reading
Room,
2nd
 Floor,
Overlooking
the
Sala
 


Stefan
Seiler,
et
alia
(Swiss
 Military
Academy),
“An
 Interactional
Dual‐Process
Model
 of
Moral
Decision‐Making”
 Location:
Warren
Auditorium,
 First
Floor
 
 1800
(6
pm)


Night
in
Old
Town
San
Diego
(no‐host)


Friday
29
January
 0800‐1100
(8‐11
am)
 
 
 


Stockdale
seminar
on
Ethics
Instruction
(Martin
L.
Cook),
Mother
Rosalie
 Hill
Hall,
Executive
Classroom,
Room
102



 
 
 


If
you
have
any
questions
feel
free
to
email
isme@sandiego.edu.


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