Recap of Recent Posts at Just Security (March 26–April 1)

I. International Criminal Law

  1. Alex Whiting, The Many Significances of the Karadžić Conviction (Monday, March 28)
  2. Alex Whiting, Contempt Charges and the International Criminal Tribunals (Tuesday, March 29)
  3. Alex Whiting, The Bemba Conviction at the ICC: Lessons for the Future (Wednesday, March 30)
  4. Patricia Sellers, Guest Post: Sexual Violence and Commanders’ Responsibilities During Conflict (Wednesday, March 30)
  5. Oona Hathaway, Lara Domínguez, Emily Chertoff & Zachary Manfredi, Convicting Individuals Isn’t Enough Accountability for Mass Violations of International Law (Friday, April 1)

II. Law of Armed Conflict

  1. Marty Lederman, Should (and Can) the CIA Use Non-Covert Force Against ISIL in Iraq and Syria? (Saturday, March 26)
  2. Oona Hathaway, The Law of War Manual Debate Goes to ASIL (Thursday, March 31)
  3. Marty Lederman, Georgetown Law Panel on DOD Law of War Manual (Friday, April 1)
  4. Marty Lederman, ASIL Speech by State Legal Adviser Egan on International Law and the Use of Force Against ISIL (Friday, April 1)

III. Intelligence Sharing & Executive Order 12333

  1. Nathan White, Guest Post: We Need to Know More About When the FBI Can Access One of the NSA’s Biggest Databases (Tuesday, March 29)
  2. Robert Litt, Guest Post: The New Intelligence Sharing Procedures Are Not About Law Enforcement (Wednesday, March 30)

IV. Surveillance, Privacy & Technology

  1. Shaheed Fatima, Update on the “Snooper’s Charter” (Monday, March 28)
  2. Rachel Levinson-Waldman, Guest Post: Four Takeaways From State v. Andrews (Friday, April 1)

V. Civil Society & the Protection of Civil Liberties

IV. Reproductive Health & Armed Conflict

 

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Daniela Nogueira

Legal Research Assistant at Just Security, Third-Year Student at Yale Law School. Follow her on Twitter (@dl_nogueira).