Penn Law’s Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law launches blog on national security, international conflict, and governance
Penn Law’s Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law (CERL) has launched a new blog, The Rule of Law Post, which will cover today’s most important issues related to national security, conflict, warfare, and United States governance. The blog will feature writing by CERL fellows, interns, staff, and board members, along with CERL conference participants and other guest experts. These contributors will cover key developments and controversies from a nonpartisan perspective, providing insightful commentary on the national security policies and practices, both in the United States and abroad, that threaten or violate the rule of law.
The Rule of Law Post debuted on November 13 with posts on dark money and the U.S. Federal Election Commission, the future of private military countries in Africa, the crisis in Yemen, and more. Check out the blog here.
CERL is a non-partisan interdisciplinary institute that draws from the study of law, philosophy, and ethics to answer the difficult questions that arise in times of war and contemporary transnational conflict, with the goal of preserving and promoting the rule of law in twenty-first century conflict, warfare, and national security.