Studies in Christian Ethics 35 (1):68-86 (2022)

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This article tests the proposition that new weapons technology requires Christian ethics to dispense with the just war tradition and argues for its development rather than dissolution. Those working in the JWT should be under no illusions, however, that new weapons technologies could represent threats to the doing of justice in the theatre of war. These threats include weapons systems that deliver indiscriminate, disproportionate or otherwise unjust outcomes, or that are operated within legal frameworks marked by accountability gaps. The temptation to abrogate responsibility to the machine is also a moral threat to the doing of justice in the theatre of war.
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