Nigel Biggar, Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology, Christ Church, Oxford University and Director of the McDonald Centre for Theology, Ethics and Public Life. He is the author of In Defense of War (Oxford University Press, 2013) as well as Between Kin and Cosmopolis: An Ethic of the Nation, Behaving in Public: How to do Christian Ethics, Aim- ing to Kill: The Ethics of Suicide and Euthanasia, and Burying the Past: Making Peace and Doing Justice After Civil Conflict.
Richard B. Miller, Professor of Religious Ethics, The University of Chicago Divinity School. An expert in the ethics of religious conflict, he is the author of Terror, Religion, and Liberal Thought (Columbia University Press, 2010), as well as Children, Ethics, and Modern Medicine, Casuistry and Modern Ethics: A Poetics of Practical Reasoning, and Interpretations of Conflict: Ethics, Pacifism, and the Just-War Tradition.
Fiona Robinson, Professor of Political Science, Carleton University. A leading authority in feminist theory and international affairs, she is the author of The Ethics of Care: A Feminist Approach to Human Security (Temple University Press, 2011) as well as Globalizing Care: Ethics, Feminist Theory and International Relations and co-editor of Feminist Ethics and Social Politics: Towards a New Global Political Economy of Care.
Jeremy Waldron, University Professor, New York University School of Law. A preeminent political and legal theorist, he is the author of Torture, Terror, and Trade-offs: Philosophy for the White House (Oxford University Press, 2010) as well as The Harm in Hate Speech; God, Locke, and Equality; The Dignity of Legislation; Law and Disagreement; Liberal Rights; and The Right to Private Property.
Michael Walzer, Professor Emeritus, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey. One of the most renowned political thinkers alive, he is the author of Just and Unjust Wars (Basic Books, 1977, fourth edition, 2006) which has been required reading at West Point for most of the last 30 years. He is also the author of In God's Shadow: Politics in the Hebrew Bi- ble, Arguing About War, On Toleration, Thick and Thin, Inter- pretation and Social Criticism, and Spheres of Justice.