International Studies on Military Ethics is a peer reviewed series of monographs, theses and edited volumes. The series aims to promote the scholarly analysis and practical teaching of the complete spectrum of military ethics, to include the ethical aspects of the ius ad bellum, the ius in bello, the ius post bellum and the ethical aspects of international peacekeeping. It will, moreover, explore interactions with related fields of interest such as humanitarian assistance, international humanitarian law, emerging military technologies and human rights. The series will examine the ethical implications of decisions taken at all levels, from senior policy makers to individuals at the tactical level.
This series is published under the auspices of EURO-ISME, the European Branch of the International Society for Military Ethics.
This is a new series with an average of one volume per year.
Prof. dr. Jovan Babić, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
Prof.dr. Per Bauhn, Linnæus University (Sweden)
Prof. Dr. Jean-François Caron, Nazarbayev University (Kazakhstan) and University of Opole (Poland)
Prof.dr. Bruno Coppieters, Free University Brussels (Belgium)
Prof.dr. Thomas R. Elssner, Bishopric of the German Armed Forces (Germany)
Mr. Eric Germain, PhD, Ministry of Defence (France)
Brig.Gen. Prof.dr. Edwin R. Micewski, National Defence Academy, retired (Austria/USA)
Dr Patrick Mileham, Council of Military Education Committees of United Kingdom Universities (United Kingdom)