Ethics and the “War on Terrorism”
Many commentators label the current “War on Terrorism” as a state of perpetual war. Many issues become apparent when a nation adopts a permanent war setting. Chapter 10 in your text explores many of the ethical issues associated with the War on Terrorism, and the video Treat Terrorists Like Enemy Combatants, Not Criminals: A Debate (https://secure.films.com/OnDemandEmbed.aspx?token=58315&aid=18596&plt=FOD&loid=0&w=420&h=315&fWidth=440&fHeight=365) debates the best methods to handle accused terrorists (Makio, 2010). In this discussion, discuss the morality and expectations for the criminal justice system to be engaged in such a “war.”
How does this status of preparedness and aggressive interdiction affect the creation, design, and implementation of morality policies in the criminal justice field?
Examine the implications of a nation continually in a state or war. Do ethical systems become irrelevant in light of a consistent, aggressive foreign policy, or is the need for moral action and rules more imperative in such a culture?
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