International Humanitarian Law (IHL)

Human Shields in International Humanitarian Law: A Guide to the Legal Framework

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Dec 7th, 2016

A Word to a Newfound Ally

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Dec 2nd, 2016

Letter to the Editor: Response to Human Rights in Armed Conflict, Part I

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Nov 23rd, 2016

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

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Nov 18th, 2016

Aiding and Assisting: The Relationship with International Criminal Law?

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Nov 15th, 2016

What are the Legal Issues Surrounding the Use of Depleted Uranium in Syria and Iraq?

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Nov 10th, 2016

Laws of War: Humanitarian Stallion or Trojan Horse?

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Nov 3rd, 2016

Full Text: “Oxford Guidance on Law of Relief Operations During Armed Conflict”

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Oct 27th, 2016

Untangling the Web of Actors in Syria and Additional Complexities of Classifying Armed Conflicts

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Oct 25th, 2016

The Terminology of War and the Consequences for Executive Power

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Oct 17th, 2016

Aiding and Abetting for Saudi War Crimes: Lessons from Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project

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Sep 28th, 2016

Trump’s Calls to Pillage Iraqi Oil

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Sep 19th, 2016

The Updated First Geneva Convention Commentary, DOD’s Law of War Manual, and a More Perfect Law of War: Part III

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Sep 16th, 2016

Evaluating Proportionality and Long-Term Civilian Harm under the Laws of War

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Aug 29th, 2016

Chemical Weapons Use Returns to Syria

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Aug 8th, 2016

A quick response to John Merriam on proportionality and military medical personnel

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Jul 9th, 2016

Must Military Medical and Religious Personnel Be Accounted for in a Proportionality Analysis?

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Jul 8th, 2016

The Updated First Geneva Convention Commentary, DOD’s Law of War Manual, and a More Perfect Law of War, Part I

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Jul 5th, 2016

The government’s treatment of civilian casualties in counterterrorism operations [updated]

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Jul 1st, 2016

Troubling proportionality and rule-of-distinction provisions in the Law of War Manual

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Jun 27th, 2016

“Material Support” and Targeting

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Jun 20th, 2016

Reflections on Targeting: Looking in the Mirror

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Jun 16th, 2016

Roof Knocking and the Problem of Talking With Bombs

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May 31st, 2016

What the Kunduz Report Gets Right (and Wrong)

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May 10th, 2016

US Government Concludes no “War Crimes” in Kunduz Strike, But Fails to Explain Why

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Apr 29th, 2016

Are all “members” of ISIL targetable?

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Apr 9th, 2016

A brief response to Gabor Rona on the use of force by non-military personnel

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Apr 5th, 2016

When Considering CIA Targeted Killings, Don’t Forget International Law!

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Apr 5th, 2016

[UPDATED–Now with VIDEO] ASIL Speech by State Legal Adviser Egan on international law and the use of force against ISIL

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Apr 4th, 2016

Georgetown Law panel on DOD Law of War Manual

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Apr 1st, 2016

The Law of War Manual Debate Goes to ASIL

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Mar 31st, 2016

Yes, We Can Lawfully Target Islamic State Trainees Preparing to Conduct Terrorist Attacks in Europe and Elsewhere

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Mar 25th, 2016

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