Oona A. Hathaway

Executive Editor

Oona A. Hathaway (@oonahathaway) (@oonahathaway@mstdn.social) is Executive Editor at Just Security.  She is also the Gerard C. and Bernice Latrobe Smith Professor of International Law at Yale Law School, Professor of International Law and Area Studies at the Yale University MacMillan Center, Professor of the Yale University Department of Political Science, Director of the Yale Law School Center for Global Legal Challenges, and Counselor to the Dean at Yale Law School.  She has been a member of the Advisory Committee on International Law for the Legal Adviser at the United States Department of State since 2005. In 2014-15, she took leave to serve as Special Counsel to the General Counsel at the U.S. Department of Defense, where she was awarded the Office of the Secretary of Defense Award for Excellence. She is the Director of the annual Yale Cyber Leadership Forum. She has published more than forty law review articles, and The Internationalists: How a Radical Plan to Outlaw War Remade the World (with Scott Shapiro, 2017). Hathaway is also on LinkedIn.

Articles by this author:

Why We Need the Alien Tort Statute Clarification Act Now

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Oct 27th, 2022

Biden’s New Counterterrorism Policy Guidance Further Entrenches the Forever War

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Oct 11th, 2022

Аргументи щодо створення Міжнародного трибуналу для переслідування злочину агресії, вчиненого щодо України

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Sep 20th, 2022

The Case for Creating an International Tribunal to Prosecute the Crime of Aggression Against Ukraine (Part I)

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Sep 20th, 2022

Answering the Supreme Court’s Call for Guidance on the Alien Tort Statute

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Jun 3rd, 2022

The Best Path for Accountability for the Crime of Aggression Under Ukrainian and International Law

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Apr 11th, 2022

Найкращий шлях до відповідальності за злочин агресії за українським та міжнародним правом

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Apr 11th, 2022

Конституційні обмеження України: як домогтися відповідальності за злочин агресії

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Apr 5th, 2022

Ukraine’s Constitutional Constraints: How to Achieve Accountability for the Crime of Aggression

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Apr 5th, 2022

Still at War: The United States in Somalia

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Mar 31st, 2022

Still at War: The United States in Yemen

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Mar 24th, 2022

中国向俄罗斯提供军事援助违反国际法的根据所在

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Mar 17th, 2022

Чому надання Китаєм військової допомоги Росії порушуватиме міжнародне право

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Mar 17th, 2022

Why China Giving Military Assistance to Russia Would Violate International Law

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Mar 17th, 2022

Supplying Arms to Ukraine is Not an Act of War

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Mar 12th, 2022

Putin Can’t Destroy the International Order by Himself

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Feb 24th, 2022

How the U.S. Government Built the Largest System of Prior Restraint in U.S. History

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Feb 7th, 2022

Prepublication Review and the Quicksand Foundation of Snepp

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Jan 31st, 2022

2022 Update: Good Governance Paper No. 5: Prepublication Review – How to Fix a Broken System

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Jan 26th, 2022

An Opportunity for Congress to Require Transparency of the Executive’s International Agreements

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Apr 21st, 2021

Knowns and Unknowns of US Syria Strike: Looming Int’l and Domestic Law Issues

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Mar 5th, 2021

Why Guantánamo Detainees Should Have Access to COVID Vaccines Part II: Federal Law and DoD Policies

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Feb 4th, 2021

Why Guantánamo Detainees Should Have Access to COVID Vaccines Part I: Law of Armed Conflict and Good Policy

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Feb 1st, 2021

COVID-19 and International Law Series: Reforming the World Health Organization

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Dec 11th, 2020

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