Civilian Harm

The Treasury Department’s Material Support Carveouts are a Welcomed First Step – But Congress Must Act to Create a Sustainable Fix

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Jan 24th, 2023

The Limits of Remote Warfare: Aligning Values with Interests

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Jan 18th, 2023

Україна та Нідерланди очікують ключових рішень в справах проти Росії за роки війни

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Jan 13th, 2023

Ukraine, Netherlands Await Pivotal Rulings in Cases Against Russia from Previous Years of War

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Jan 13th, 2023

Under the Pentagon’s New Civilian Harm Action Plan, Addressing Credible Cases is a Moral Imperative

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Jan 4th, 2023

The FY 2023 NDAA Falls Short on Security Assistance Oversight

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Dec 21st, 2022

Dutch Court, in Life Sentences: Russia Had “Overall Control” of Forces in Eastern Ukraine Downing of Flight MH17

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Dec 19th, 2022

Incremental Progress on Civilian Harm in the FY2023 National Defense Bill

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Dec 19th, 2022

Missed Opportunities and Minor Progress: The FY 2023 National Defense Bill and War Powers

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Dec 15th, 2022

UN Budget vs. Rhetoric: Touting “Agenda for Peace” But Investing in Counterterrorism Instead?

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Dec 1st, 2022

Over 80 Countries Committed to Curb Use of Explosive Weapons, Now Comes the Hard Part

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Nov 23rd, 2022

Is Colombia Trapped in “War Mode?” In Wake of Truth Commission, New Leftist Government Recalibrates US Ties

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Nov 18th, 2022

Amid the Russia-Ukraine War, a Dutch Court Prepares to Rule on Four Suspects in the 2014 Downing of Flight MH17

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Nov 15th, 2022

Regarding Pathways of International Accountability for Violence Against Journalists

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Nov 11th, 2022

The Case for the International Crime of Domicide

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Oct 28th, 2022

India’s Abuses at Home Raise Concerns About Its Global Counterterrorism Role

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Oct 27th, 2022

What the White House Use of Force Policy Means for the War in Somalia

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Oct 20th, 2022

Six Ways the US and the International Community Can Help Haiti Without Armed Intervention

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Oct 19th, 2022

Extremist Ideologies and the Roots of Mass Atrocities: Lessons for Ukraine

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Oct 14th, 2022

The Law of Occupation Must Address the Lives of Women and Girls

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Oct 12th, 2022

Averting Future Mass Atrocities in South Sudan as Peace Terms Stall

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Oct 6th, 2022

Bombing for Peace in Somalia? Time for a Different Approach

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Sep 28th, 2022

The Failing Response to Violent Extremism in Africa – and the Need to Reform the International Approach

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Sep 19th, 2022

How the FY23 NDAA Can Strengthen U.S. Efforts to Prevent and Respond to Civilian Harm (Part I)

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Aug 25th, 2022