Warfare


Healthcare in hard times: Ukraine

Xavier Symons | 14 February 2015 | Comments
tags: healthcare rationing, Ukraine, warfare
More than politics is at stake in negotiations over a ceasefire between Ukraine and separatist rebels – healthcare in the affected regions is in a dire state.

Stop the carnage in Syria, doctors plead

Michael Cook | 22 November 2014 | Comments
tags: ethics of war, Syria, targeting doctors, warfare
The situation of civilians under siege by the Assad regime in Syria is even worse than under ISIS, they claim.

Syrian government “systematically targets” medical personnel

Xavier Symons | 16 May 2014 | Comments
tags: Syria, warfare
The Syrian government has been systematically targeting medical personnel, according to a damning new report.

What happens if soldiers get a “psychological vaccination”?

Michael Cook | 07 December 2012 | Comments
tags: enhancement, warfare
What happens if soldiers are taught to ignore compassion?

Neuroscientists face ethical dilemmas over military use

Michael Cook | 23 March 2012 | Comments
tags: neuroethics, warfare
American neuroscientists should be worried about how their research will be used by the US military, according to an article in PLoS Biology (March 20) by bioethicists Jonathan Moreno and Michael N. Tennison.
 
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