Center for Civilians in Conflict

DoD Can’t Move Forward on Civilian Casualties Without Looking Back

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Apr 19th, 2022

Neutrality in Humanitarian Actions Means Talking to All Parties to a Conflict

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Mar 28th, 2022

A Legacy of Unrecognized Harm: DoD’s 2020 Civilian Casualties Report 

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Jun 7th, 2021

Power Politics Obstructs Protection of Civilians in — and After — the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

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Feb 2nd, 2021

National Guard Risks and Recommendations in Public Order Management

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Jun 25th, 2020

As UN Renews Peacekeeping in Mali, Civilian Protection Requires Ongoing Push for Air Assets

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Jun 24th, 2020

Here’s What the New DoD Policy on Civilian Harm Should Include

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May 8th, 2020

Grading DOD’s Annual Civilian Casualties Report: “Incomplete”

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May 7th, 2020

Reduction of Civilian Harm in Afghanistan: A Way Forward

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Feb 25th, 2020

Why the US Military Needs to Rethink How It Investigates Civilian Harm

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Feb 13th, 2020

The Pentagon’s 2018 Civilian Casualties Report: What’s In It and What’s Next

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May 2nd, 2019

Lessons From Mosul: How to Reduce Civilian Harm in Urban Warfare

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Jul 20th, 2017

Letter to the Editor from former U.S. Army JAG replying to Ryan Goodman on recent amends legislation

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Apr 16th, 2014