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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Is climate conflict inevitable? In this Futuremakers episode we ask experts the question - is climate conflict inevitable? Peter Millican, Kate Guy, Troy Sternberg 13 Dec 2019
2 Philosophy and the Future of Warfare Can there be such a thing as a ‘moral’ war? Can it ever be right to kill innocent people, even in self-defence? Helen Frowe, Alex Leveringhaus, James Pattison, Marianne Talbot 12 Dec 2016
3 Challenges in the Law of Non-International Armed Conflict Rob McLaughlin, Australian National University - October 2015 Rob McLaughlin 25 Oct 2016
4 Creative Commons War and Civilization Series Lecture 4: War and Liberation Ian Buruma is a writer and lecturer focussing on Asian (esp. Japanese) culture. He is currently Henry R. Luce Professor of Democracy, Human Rights and Journalism at Bard College, New York. Ian Buruma 24 May 2010
5 Creative Commons War and Civilization Series Lecture 3: War and Pity Marina Warner is a writer of fiction, criticism and history; her works include novels and short stories as well as studies of myths, symbols, and fairytales. She is currently Professor at Essex University. Marina Warner 24 May 2010
6 Creative Commons War and Civilization Series Lecture 2: War and Poetry Geoffrey Hill is currently Professor of Literature and Religion at Boston University and in 2009 his Collected Critical Writings won the Truman Capote Award for Literary Criticism. Geoffrey Hill 24 May 2010
7 War and Civilization Series Lecture 1: War and Finance Niall Ferguson is currently Professor of History at Harvard University and Professor of History and International Affairs at the London School of Economics. Niall Ferguson 24 May 2010