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1 Proportionality and Noncombatant Immunity In this informal roundtable discussion McMahan presents his recent work on proportionality and noncombatant immunity, with responses by philosophers from both sides of the current debate. Jeff McMahan, Helen Frowe, Seth Lazar 28 Oct 2009
2 FLJS part 3: Criticisms and Answers: Proportionality vs. Strict Scrutiny Aharon Barak talks about the need for proportionality within human rights law as a means for protecting it against other considerations. Part 3 of the 2009 Foundation for Law Justice and Society Annual Lecture. Aharon Barak 24 Jul 2009
3 Proportionality and the Laws of War: Conflicting Interpretations Prof. Thomas Hurka, Prof. Henry Shue, and Dr. David Rodin debate conflicting interpretations of proportionality and their relation to the laws of war. Thomas Hurka, Henry Shue, David Rodin 08 May 2009
4 Indiscriminate Disproportionality: Another Attempt at Rules with Teeth Prof. Henry Shue (Oxford) provides a moral reflection on international law by looking at the concept of proportional conduct in armed conflict. The discussant is Janina Dill (Oxford). Henry Shue 17 Feb 2009