Conduct of War Raises Ethical Questions The war in Iraq generates accusations of unethical tactics by both sides, from charges that Iraq is using a hospital as a military base to allegations from Iraq that U.S. missiles have targeted civilians. NPR's Renee Montagne talks with James Johnson, professor of religion and politics at Rutgers, and editor of The Journal of Military Ethics.
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Conduct of War Raises Ethical Questions

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Conduct of War Raises Ethical Questions

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Conduct of War Raises Ethical Questions

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The war in Iraq generates accusations of unethical tactics by both sides, from charges that Iraq is using a hospital as a military base to allegations from Iraq that U.S. missiles have targeted civilians. NPR's Renee Montagne talks with James Johnson, professor of religion and politics at Rutgers, and editor of The Journal of Military Ethics.