Laws of War

Humanitarian Corridors in Ukraine: Impasse, Ploy or Narrow Passage of Hope?

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Mar 8th, 2022

Biden Team Gets It Right on Inadmissibility of Torture Evidence in Al-Nashiri Case

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Feb 1st, 2022

Preliminary but Necessary: The Question of the Applicability of the Notion of Apartheid to Occupied Territory

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Dec 2nd, 2021

Paradigm Shift: The Consequences of Choosing a War Path, and Leaving It

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Sep 11th, 2021

The Sixth United Nations GGE and International Law in Cyberspace

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Jun 10th, 2021

Clearing the Fog of War Surrounding Battlefield Use of Tear Gas

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May 25th, 2021

Team of Legal Gladiators? Iraqi Militias’ Tortured Relationship with Law

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Apr 12th, 2021

Protecting the Information Space in Times of Armed Conflict

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Mar 3rd, 2021

Women, Peace, and Security: Is DOD Turning a Human Rights Corner?

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Feb 17th, 2021

Anticipating the Human Costs of Great Power Conflict

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Nov 9th, 2020

An Enduring Impasse on Autonomous Weapons

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Sep 28th, 2020

Extrajudicial Executions from the United States to Palestine 

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Aug 7th, 2020

Oxford Statement on the International Law Protections Against Cyber Operations Targeting the Health Care Sector

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May 21st, 2020

Accountability in the Time of COVID-19: Syria & Iraq

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May 6th, 2020

NATO Recognizes Space as an “Operational Domain”: One Small Step Toward a Rules-Based International Order in Outer Space

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Mar 4th, 2020

The Yemen Project: Open Source Investigations and the Law of War

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Sep 23rd, 2019

Proportionality and 150 Iranian Lives: Do They “Count”?

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Aug 16th, 2019

Post-9/11 Veterans Have Mixed Feelings About Trump’s War Crimes Pardons

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May 24th, 2019

“ISIS Widows” and “Boko Haram Wives”: Overlooked Abuses in Iraq and Nigeria

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Aug 23rd, 2018

Legal Implications of the Defect in Pentagon’s Civilian Casualty Assessments

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Apr 26th, 2018

Salisbury Response Option: Take Putin to Int’l Criminal Court

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Mar 13th, 2018

Trump’s Explanation for His Administration’s Use of Military Force Due Today

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Mar 12th, 2018

Important Report by White House on National Security Due Soon

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Feb 28th, 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

No, Ceasefires and Armistices Are Not “Outmoded”

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Jan 22nd, 2018

Words Matter in War

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Jan 12th, 2018

U.S. “Confronting” Iran inside Syria: Spoiling for an Unlawful Fight?

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Dec 18th, 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

Responding to Goodman’s Memo to the Human Rights Community: Context is Critical

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Oct 10th, 2017

A Response to Goodman’s “Memo to the Human Rights Community”

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Oct 6th, 2017

Why Syria’s New De-Escalation Areas Should Not Be Confused with “Safe Zones”

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May 5th, 2017