Fordham Panel to Address Questions about Human Rights in Age of Fear, Violence and Scarce Resources 

By: Michael Aprea        Few realities have shaken the foundation of human rights and the inherent liberties viewed common … More

Can wars ever be just or are wars merely justifiable?: The conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo

STUDENT VOICES By: Louise Boshab The concepts of justice and injustice are not effective in defining war in an objective … More

In Good Conscience: Human Rights in an Age of Terrorism, Violence, and Limited Resources

Pervasive fears sparked by acts of terror, violent crime and resource scarcity test our values and raise critical questions about … More