Adil Ahmad Haque

Member, Board of Editors

Adil Ahmad Haque (@AdHaque110) is a Professor of Law and Judge Jon O. Newman Scholar at Rutgers Law School. His first book, Law and Morality at War, was recently published by Oxford University Press.

Articles by this author:

The IDF’s Unlawful Attack on Al Jalaa Tower

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May 27th, 2021

Renouncing Reprisals: An Opportunity for the Biden Administration

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Apr 1st, 2021

Self-Defense Against Non-State Actors: All Over the Map

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Mar 24th, 2021

Biden’s First Strike and the International Law of Self-Defense

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Feb 26th, 2021

The Definition of Aggression and Self-Defense

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Dec 14th, 2020

The United Nations Charter at 75: Between Force and Self-Defense — Part Two

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Jun 24th, 2020

The United Nations Charter at 75: Between Force and Self-Defense — Part One

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Jun 24th, 2020

The Trump Administration’s Latest (Failed) Attempt to Justify the Soleimani Strike

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Mar 13th, 2020

Head of State Immunity is Too Important for the International Court of Justice

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Feb 24th, 2020

Human Shielding (by Omission) in Iran

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Jan 31st, 2020

U.S. Legal Defense of the Soleimani Strike at the United Nations: A Critical Assessment

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Jan 10th, 2020

Iran’s Unlawful Reprisal (and Ours)

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Jan 8th, 2020

“Clearly of Latin American Origin”: Armed Attack by Non-State Actors and the UN Charter

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Nov 5th, 2019

Turkey’s (Latest) Invasion of Syria: Aggression, Proportionality, and Legal Consequences for NATO and Third-Party States

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Oct 17th, 2019

The UN Report and Indiscriminate Attacks in Yemen

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Sep 13th, 2019

Iran’s Shifting Views on Self-Defense and ‘Intraterritorial’ Force

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Jul 3rd, 2019

A Critique of Defense Dept General Counsel Ney’s Remarks on the Law of War

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May 29th, 2019

Proportionality and Doubt

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Jan 29th, 2019

Self-Defense Against Self-Defense, In Syria And Beyond

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May 31st, 2018

Ambiguity in the Conduct of Hostilities

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May 10th, 2018

At a Crossroad: The Int’l Criminal Court’s Afghanistan Probe and the International Law Commission

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Apr 19th, 2018

Immunity for International Crimes: Where Do States Really Stand?

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Apr 17th, 2018

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