Permanently Winding Down the War on Terror Requires Greater Transparency

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Jan 30th, 2023

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


Jan 4th, 2023

Bombing for Peace in Somalia? Time for a Different Approach

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Sep 28th, 2022

Tit-for-Tat Hostilities In Syria: War Powers and International Law Implications

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Sep 8th, 2022

The Urgency of Reparations for Civilians in Yemen

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Jul 13th, 2022

Civilian Casualties in U.S. Air Wars: A Wake-up Call for Canada and its Future Use of Armed Drones?


Jan 4th, 2022

Amid Civilian Harm Revelations, Defense Bill Takes Measured Steps on Oversight and Accountability

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Dec 23rd, 2021

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


Feb 26th, 2021

Toward a New Approach to National and Human Security: End Unlawful, Secret, and Unaccountable Use of Lethal Force

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Sep 11th, 2020

A Tale of German Global Criminal Justice: A TWAIL Perspective on the Syrian Torture Trial


Jun 30th, 2020

US Ramps Up War in Somalia, Killing More Civilians


Apr 20th, 2020

Uptick in U.S. Air Strikes on Buildings in Afghanistan Raises Questions

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Nov 30th, 2018

Precision and Civilian Casualties: Policymakers Believe Drones Can Be Precise. That May Not Be Enough.


Aug 2nd, 2018

The Latin American View of Jus ad Bellum


May 16th, 2018

A Year On, Fog of War Not Lifting Over Deadly Raqqa Strikes


Mar 9th, 2018

Letter to the Editor: There Is Much More to a Civilian Casualty Investigation than Eyewitness Accounts


Jul 17th, 2017

Pentagon Admits Major Investigation Flaw: They Rarely Talk to Air Strike Witnesses or Victims

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Jun 29th, 2017

Tracking the White House’s Reasons for Bombing Syria


Apr 11th, 2017

Updated Readers’ Guide to Airstrikes in Syria


Mar 8th, 2016

A Legal Map of Airstrikes in Syria (Part 2)


Dec 8th, 2015

A Legal Map of Airstrikes in Syria (Part 1)


Dec 7th, 2015