UN Charter

On Empathy, Scholarship, and Political Action: A Response to Lahmann

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Nov 24th, 2021

Stirring Trouble at the Border: Is Belarus in Violation of International Law? – Part 1

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Nov 16th, 2021

In Afghanistan, Lest We Forget

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Aug 16th, 2021

The Definition of Aggression and Self-Defense

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Dec 14th, 2020

The UN Charter’s Original Effect on State Sovereignty and the Use of Force

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Aug 27th, 2020

Questions the Senate Should Ask State Legal Adviser Nominee CJ Mahoney

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Jul 20th, 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

Iranian Gunboat Harassment and the Rules of Engagement

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May 7th, 2020

The Use of Regional Jurisprudence in UN Draft General Comment on the Freedom of Assembly

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Feb 7th, 2020

Saudi Crackdown on Dissent Violates Kingdom’s International Legal Obligations

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Jan 29th, 2020

The Targeted Killing of General Soleimani: Its Lawfulness and Why It Matters

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Jan 8th, 2020

The Rio Treaty: Paving the Way for Military Intervention in Venezuela?

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Oct 29th, 2019

Reassessing U.S. Cyber Operations Against Iran and the Use of Force

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Oct 17th, 2019

U.S. Offensive Cyber Operations against Economic Cyber Intrusions: An International Law Analysis – Part II

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Jul 16th, 2019

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

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Jul 3rd, 2019

Them’s Fightin’ Words? State Dept. Ramps Up Iran Rhetoric

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Nov 28th, 2018

U.S. Military’s “Collective Self-Defense” of Non-State Partner Forces: What Does International Law Say?

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Oct 26th, 2018

The U.N. Security Council’s Outsized Role in Shaping Counter Terrorism Regulation and Its Impact on Human Rights

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Oct 19th, 2018

U.N. Peace Operations Should Get Off the Counter-Terror Bandwagon

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Sep 4th, 2018

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