Tom Dannenbaum (@tomdannenbaum) is Assistant Professor of International Law at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts. Prior to joining Fletcher in 2017, he was lecturer in human rights at University College London and visiting lecturer in law and Robina Foundation visiting human rights fellow at Yale Law School. Tom writes on international law, focusing primarily on the law of armed conflict, the law on the use of force, international criminal law, shared responsibility, and international judging. His publications include Encirclement, Deprivation, and Humanity, 97 Int’l L. Stud. 307 (2021), The Crime of Aggression, Humanity, and the Soldier (CUP, 2018), and Why Have We Criminalized Aggressive War?, 126 Yale L.J. 1242 (2017).
Articles by this author:
Mobilized to Commit War Crimes?
Sep 27th, 2022
Mechanisms for Criminal Prosecution of Russia’s Aggression Against Ukraine
Mar 10th, 2022
Famine in Tigray, Humanitarian Access, and the War Crime of Starvation
Jul 26th, 2021
A Landmark Report on Starvation as a Method of Warfare
Nov 13th, 2020