Treaties

Proportionality and Doubt

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Jan 29th, 2019

Int’l Human Rights Law and Trump’s Invocation of Emergency Powers

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Jan 14th, 2019

The Self-Defeating Absence of the U.S. at the U.N. Business and Human Rights Forum

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Dec 19th, 2018

How Far Can a Rogue Kremlin Push International Law?

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Dec 13th, 2018

Dispelling Some Myths About Consular Immunity and the Khashoggi Investigation

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Oct 18th, 2018

What Are the Consequences of the Trump Administration’s Recent Treaty Withdrawals?

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Oct 17th, 2018

To Undermine the ICC, Bolton’s Targets Extend Way Beyond the Court

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Sep 24th, 2018

International Criminal Law Roundup: Part II

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Sep 7th, 2018

International Criminal Law Roundup Series: Part I

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Sep 6th, 2018

Rogue Satellites Launched Into Outer Space: Legal and Policy Implications

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Jun 7th, 2018

Can You Sue International Organizations? The Supreme Court Decides to Weigh In

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Jun 1st, 2018

No, Making the Iran Deal a Treaty Wouldn’t Have Stopped Trump from Withdrawing from It

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May 25th, 2018

AI, Law of Armed Conflict, and “Liminal” Conflict Among Technological Peer Great Powers

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May 14th, 2018

The Fog of Law and the Jus Ad Bellum

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May 9th, 2018

‘I Won’t Torture’ is Not Enough: Question Pompeo on US Rendition Policy

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Apr 11th, 2018

Official Immunity Under the Rome Statute: The Path From Principle to Practice Is Seldom Straight

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Apr 10th, 2018

All Hands on Deck: Cyber Attacks Against Private Companies and International Law

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Apr 9th, 2018

Japan’s Definition of Armed Attack and ‘Bloody Nose’ Strikes Against North Korea

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Feb 1st, 2018

Recent Israeli Strikes on Syria and the Prohibition on the Unilateral Use of Force

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Jan 16th, 2018

Parsing Howard Nielson’s Sources: A Thesis Without Support

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Jan 8th, 2018

Judicial Nominee Howard C. Nielson’s Own Torture Memo

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Jan 2nd, 2018

No Winners: How the Int’l Criminal Court Should Avoid Confronting the United States

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Dec 15th, 2017

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