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Accountability Fatigue: A Human Rights Law Problem for Armed Forces?
Addendum to My “Memo to the Human Rights Community” (on drone strikes outside of “hot battlefields”)
Why the Laws of War Apply to Drone Strikes Outside “Areas of Active Hostilities” (A Memo to the Human Rights Community)
Three Half-Truths on U.S. Lethal Operations and Policy Constraints
Aggression, Armed Conflict, and the Right to Life: Does UN Human Rights Committee Get it Right?
Adil Ahmad Haque
Human Rights Law is the Legal Basis for Use of Force Against Non-State Armed Groups—But What Follows?
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