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Letter to the Editor: Chatham House Report and Individual Criminal Liability of Gov’t Officials

To the Editor:

The Chatham House paper on “Aiding and Assisting: Challenges in Armed Conflict and Counterterrorism,” (see, State Complicity in Other States’ Bad Acts—and How to Avoid It by Harriet Moynihan) very consciously concentrates only on state responsibility and does not address questions of individual criminal or civil responsibility.…   continue »

Accountability for States’ Assisting Other States’ Wrongful Acts: The Superior Effectiveness of Human Rights Norms

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Just Security and Chatham House are hosting a “mini forum” to debate and discuss Chatham House’s new research paper on “Aiding and Assisting: Challenges in Armed Conflict and Counterterrorism.” This series includes contributions from Harriet Moynihan, Ryan Goodman, Miles Jackson, and Alex Moorehead.  continue »

State Complicity in Other States’ Bad Acts—and How to Avoid It

[Editor’s Note: Just Security and Chatham House are hosting a “mini forum” to debate and discuss Chatham House’s new research paper on “Aiding and Assisting: Challenges in Armed Conflict and Counterterrorism.” This post is the first in a series, which will include contributions from Shaheed Fatima, Ryan Goodman, Miles Jackson, and Alex Moorehead.  continue »