Jonathan Flint

Inamori Emerging Visiting Scholar at Case Western Reserve University
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Dr. Jonathan Flint earned his Ph.D. in Strategic Studies in 2017 from the University of Hull in the United Kingdom, writing on, “Strategic Restraint: Modeling the Role of Moral Weight in Modern Conflicts.” He presented on “Miscalculating Moral Mass: Moral Cowardice and Strategic Failures in the Kosovo Campaign” at the 2015 Military Ethics Education Network conference, on “Cognitive Dissonance and Warrior Moral Injury” at the 2016 ISME conference, “Beyond Hearts and Minds: The Individual and Strategic Advantages of Ethical Conduct in Counter-Insurgency Campaigns,” at the 2016 Euro-ISME conference, and on “When Things Go Wrong: Genocide, War Crimes, and Other Atrocities,” for a plenary session of the 2019 U.S. Army Ethics Symposium at the US Command and General Staff College.

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