David Rodin is a senior fellow at Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs in New York and co-director of the Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict at the University of Oxford. His publications include War and Self-Defense (OUP 2002), which was awarded the American Philosophical Association Sharp Prize, articles in leading philosophy and law journals and a number of edited books.
A Rhodes Scholar from New Zealand, Rodin has a B.Phil. and D.Phil in philosophy from Oxford University. He was previously senior research fellow at the Australian National University. He was the inaugural director of research at the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, and a founding member of the Oxford Leverhulme Programme on the Changing Character of War. Rodin is a regular lecturer at the UK Joint Services Command and Staff College where he provides ethics training for senior officers up to the rank of two-star General. He has also worked in the private sector as a senior associate with the Boston Consulting Group. In 2011 he was honored as a 'Young Global Leader' of the World Economic.
- From War to a Global Ethic
- Ethics for a 21st Century Army: Creating a Code of Professional Military Ethics
- How Rights Move: Losing and Acquiring Rights in the International Domain
- Torture, Rights, and Values: Why the Prohibition of Torture is Absolute
- Jus Ad Bellum
- Jus In Bello
- Armed Conflict
- Ending War [Full Text]
- FIRST VIEW: Ending War [Full Text]
- Defence Review is an Opportunity, not a Threat, to our Military
- War and Self-Defense [Full Text]
Last Updated: Mar 25, 2014