International Humanitarian Law (IHL)

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

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May 14th, 2018

Navigating the Terrain at the Intersection of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

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May 11th, 2018

Ambiguity in the Conduct of Hostilities

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May 10th, 2018

The Fog of Law and the Jus Ad Bellum

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May 9th, 2018

DOD’s Guantánamo Report: An Opportunity for Detainees Already Cleared for Release

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May 2nd, 2018

Common Article 1 and the U.S. Duty to Ensure Respect for the Geneva Conventions in Yemen

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Apr 26th, 2018

State Responsibility for U.S. Support of the Saudi-led Coalition in Yemen

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Apr 25th, 2018

At a Crossroad: The Int’l Criminal Court’s Afghanistan Probe and the International Law Commission

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Apr 19th, 2018

Kurdish-Held Detainees in Syria Are Not in a “Legal Gray Area”

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Apr 13th, 2018

Is the United States a Party to the Conflict Between the Saudi-Led Coalition and the Houthis?

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Apr 12th, 2018

Syria, Chemical Weapons, and a Qualitative Threshold for Humanitarian Intervention

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Apr 10th, 2018

Another Airstrike in Kunduz, and More Civilian Deaths

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Apr 4th, 2018

The “Shift Cold” Military Tactic: Finding Room Under International Law

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Feb 20th, 2018

The “Shift Cold” Military Tactic and International Humanitarian Law

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Feb 20th, 2018

The Internationalists Mini-Forum: The Next World Order – Non-State Armed Groups and International Law

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Jan 31st, 2018

Parsing Howard Nielson’s Sources: A Thesis Without Support

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Jan 8th, 2018

International Criminal Court Indictments of U.S. Officials Are not Impossible

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Jan 5th, 2018

By Weakening Arms Export Controls, Trump’s National Security Strategy Will Create National and Global Insecurity

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Dec 20th, 2017

The Problem With Western Suggestions of a “Shoot-to-Kill” Policy Against Foreign Fighters

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Dec 13th, 2017

How to Fix the US Military’s Broken Targeting System

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Dec 12th, 2017

Corporate Criminal Accountability for International Crimes

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Nov 30th, 2017

International Law is Meant to Prevent What’s Happening in Yemen–On Humanitarian Relief Operations and Starvation

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Nov 17th, 2017

The Internationalists Mini-Forum: Why Has War Declined?

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Nov 15th, 2017

Lethal Autonomous Weapons and Policy-Making Amid Disruptive Technological Change

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Nov 14th, 2017

Recap of Recent Pieces on Just Security (Oct. 28-Nov. 3)

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Nov 4th, 2017

Recap of Recent Pieces on Just Security (Oct. 21-27)

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Oct 28th, 2017

Pluses and Minuses of the Imminence Standard in Counterterrorism Strikes

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Oct 20th, 2017

Autonomous Weapon Systems and the Decision to Kill

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Sep 21st, 2017

Legal Questions About the Airstrike Against the ISIS “Happy Journeys” Convoy

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Sep 2nd, 2017

Fragmented Wars: International Law and Multi-Territorial Conflict Against Non-State Armed Groups

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Jul 6th, 2017

International Cyber Law Politicized: The UN GGE’s Failure to Advance Cyber Norms

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Jun 30th, 2017

Violence in Cyberspace: Are Disruptive Cyberspace Operations Legal under International Humanitarian Law?

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Mar 3rd, 2017

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