Louise Arimatsu/ Robin Dunford/ Rachel Julian/ Michael Neu
Peace is highly valued, but how is it achieved? Why are some periods in world history relatively peaceful compared to others? What, if anything, can be done to ensure peace now? Are there limits to what we are justified in doing to ensure peace? Is pacifism a justified response to war? We discuss the history, ethics, and politics of peace.
Louise Arimatsu, Distinguished Policy Fellow, LSE
Robin Dunford, Principal Lecturer, Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics, University of Brighton
Rachel Julian, Reader in Peace Studies, Leeds Beckett University
Michael Neu, Senior Lecturer, Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics, University of Brighton
Jonathan Birch, Fellow, Forum for Philosophy & Associate Professor of Philosophy, LSE
Co-sponsored by the Centre for Philosophy of the Natural and Social Sciences, LSE