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The Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law (CERL), affiliated with the Annenberg Public Policy Center at Penn, is a non-partisan interdisciplinary institute dedicated to preserving and promoting ethics and the rule of law in national security, warfare, and democratic governance. CERL draws from the study of law, philosophy, and ethics to answer the difficult questions that arise in domestic and transnational crises and conflicts. more

2023 Summer Interns
Secretary Jeh Johnson speaks at Penn
The 2023 CERL Summer Internship Class
The COVID Origins Debate: What Is at Stake for U.S. National Security?
Should We Create Gods of War?
The President Who Would Not Be King: Executive Power under the Constitution
Alpha: Eddie Gallagher and the War for the Soul of the Navy SEALs
The Betrayal: How Mitch McConnell and the Senate Republicans Abandoned America
Preserving Cultural Heritage in War: Lessons from Ukraine, Afghanistan, and Iraq
Keynote: Is Violent Extremism a Threat to Democracy? Reflections on Current Challenges in U.S. National Security
 
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The Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law (CERL), affiliated with the Annenberg Public Policy Center at Penn, is a non-partisan interdisciplinary institute dedicated to preserving and promoting ethics and the rule of law in national security, warfare, and democratic governance. CERL draws from the study of law, philosophy, and ethics to answer the difficult questions that arise in domestic and transnational crises and conflicts. more

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