MARCH 12th (Monday)

9:15-9:30

Conference Opening

9:30-10:45

Keynote address:

Helen Frowe

„Protecting cultural property”

 

10:45-11:00

Coffee break

 

Session I

 

Session II

11:00-11:35

 

 

 

Miloš Vec, University of Vienna, Austria, War without Restraints? The Discourse on War Technologies before the First World War

 

Füsun Özerdem, Damla Yildiz, Mugla Sitki Kocman University, Turkey, Twin Sisters’ Survival Struggle: Conflict Threats and Peace

 

11:35-12:10

 

 

 

Hendrik Simon, Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Futures Past. A Genealogical Approach to Modern Justifications of International Violence

Lee-Ann Chae, University of Pennsylvania, USA, Hoping for Peace

 

 

12:10-12:45

 

 

 

Stipe Buzar, Libertas International University, Zagreb – Croatia, Just War Principles and the National Interest

 

Paweł Bielawski, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków, The Schmittian perspective in the conceptualization of war in the thought of Alain de Benoist

12:45-13:20

 

 

 

Adam Cebula, UKSW, Warszawa, Fighting a just war in the midst of an unreasonable international strife. WWI and the collapse of the Central European system of triple imperial dominion

Andrzej Kobyliński, UKSW, Warszawa, Just and Unjust Memory? Moral Obligation to remember all Victims of Wars and totalitarian regimes

 

 

13:20-14:20

 

Lunch break

Session III

14:20-14:55

 

 

Uwe Steinhoff, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Ordinary Morality, Law, and War: On the Errors of “Revisionism

14:55-15:30

 

 

Lu-Vada Dunford, University of Toronto, Canada, The Problem of Just War Theory for Defining Terrorism

 

15:30-16:05

 

 

Petar Popović, University of Zagreb, Croatia, H.J. Morgenthau and the causes of unlimited warfare in the 20th century

 

16:05-16:40

 

 

Anna Drabarek, APS, Warszawa,  On Patriotism and National Character. An Analysis of the Views of Julian Ochorowicz

 

 

18:00-21:00

 

Conference Dinner

 

 

MARCH 13th (Tuesday)

 

9:30-10:45

Keynote address:

Brian Orend

„Justice After War: Laws, Theories, and Failures”

 

10:45-11:00

 

Coffee break

 

Session IV

Session V

11:00-11:35

 

 

 

Murat Necip Aman, Ali Bilgenoğlu, Adnan Menderes University, Turkey, Positive Peace in the Western Balkans: A Shift from Negative Peace to Positive

 

 

Piotr Sieniawski, UKSW, Warszawa, Secessionist War as a Form of Just War: Foreign Military Intervention in a Secessionist Struggle

 

11:35-12:10

 

 

 

Jan Rudnicki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Warszawa, Spoils of war in European legal tradition

 

 

Sławomir Gromadzki, Akademia Sztuki Wojennej, Warszawa, No more war”, historical and contemporary implications of the Spitsbergen Treaty

 

12:10-12:45

 

 

Magdalena M. Baran, Ius post bellum as a condition of “better state of peace”

 

 

Barış Gursoy, Adnan Menderes University, Turkey, Rethinking conscription in the era of asymmetric threat

 

12:45-13:20

 

 

 

 

Vakur Sumer, Hoca Ahmet Yesevi University, Almaty – Kazakhstan, Trump Administration’s Assistance to YPG in Syria, and the Just War Theory: A Contradiction in Terms?

 

Jean-François Caron, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan, From the Battle of the Chemin des Dames to the Roads of Baghdad : Why Soldiers are not Expected to Follow Suicidal Orders

 

13:20-14:20

 

 

Lunch break

 

 

Session VI

14:20-14:55

 

 

Sara Van Goozen, UK The importance of (just) combatants’ consensual membership of the military

 

14:55-15:30

 

 

Anat Shapira, Tel-Aviv University, Israel, On new codes of conduct for specific types of conflicts and military technologies

 

15:30-16:05

 

 

 

Bernhard Koch, Institute for Theology and Peace. Hamburg, Germany, Challenges for Military Medical Ethics in Times of Asymmetric Conflicts

 

16:05-16:40

 

 

 

Olaf. E. Truszczyński, UKSW, Warszawa, Concepts of „moral injuries of war“ and posttraumatic growth as possible consequences of war trauma.

 

16:40-17:00 Conference Closure