This Thai language podcast introduces the ICRC Project on Buddhism and International Humanitarian Law (IHL). Given that Buddhism discourages war and violence, it is often assumed that it has little to say about the conduct of hostilities once wars break out. But Buddhism has never shied away from the grim reality of war, and the Buddha did not enjoin the rulers of his day to dispense with their armies. Beyond investigating correspondences between Buddhism and IHL, the project also investigates how Buddhism might help to regulate hostilities and reduce suffering during armed conflict on its own terms, whether by laying down rules and guidelines to follow, or by drawing on its psychological insights and meditation technologies to change the behaviour and lessen the trauma of those involved.