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U.K. Proposes to Limit Accountability for Violations by Armed Forces

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Jan 30th, 2020

National Security at the United Nations This Week

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Nov 22nd, 2019

Interpol Proves Critics Right in Choosing Turkey to Host General Assembly

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Nov 7th, 2019

“Clearly of Latin American Origin”: Armed Attack by Non-State Actors and the UN Charter

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Nov 5th, 2019

Correcting the Record: Wiretaps, the CLOUD Act, and the US-UK Agreement

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Oct 31st, 2019

National Security at the United Nations This Week

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Sep 13th, 2019

Self-Defense in International Law: What Level of Evidence?

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Jul 8th, 2019

U.K. Court Nixes Saudi Arms Sales–What it Means for the US and Other EU Countries

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Jun 24th, 2019

When Constitutional Law and Government Hacking Collide: A Landmark U.K. Ruling Is Relevant on Both Sides of the Pond

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Jun 19th, 2019

L’Affaire d’Assange: Why His Extradition May Be Blocked

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Jun 7th, 2019

New U.K. Border Security Law: A Frightening Response to the Skripal Poisoning

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Mar 20th, 2019

Citizenship-Stripping and ISIS Members: The Recent UK Experience

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Mar 11th, 2019

Research Shows Terrorists Aren’t Necessarily Uneducated. So How Can Education Prevent Terror?

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Jan 7th, 2019

The “ISIS Beatles” and “Non-Territorial” Application of the European Convention of Human Rights

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Dec 17th, 2018

The UK Government’s Weak Response to Torture Reports

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Dec 11th, 2018

Accountability Fatigue: A Human Rights Law Problem for Armed Forces?

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Nov 1st, 2018

U.S. Libel Case Over Russian Poisoning Takes Aim at Kremlin Propaganda

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Oct 19th, 2018

New U.K. Law Fails European Court Standards on Mass Interception Disclosed by Snowden

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Sep 27th, 2018

The UK Government Needs to Learn that Secrecy is Not the Answer to Increased Litigation

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Sep 12th, 2018

Lawmakers in UK and US Propose Sweeping Changes to Tech Policies to Combat Misinformation

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Aug 3rd, 2018

The Latest ISIS Casualty? UK’s Principled Opposition to the Death Penalty

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Jul 26th, 2018

The Use of Child Spies by the UK

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Jul 26th, 2018

The Technicolor Zone of Cyberspace, Part 2

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Jun 8th, 2018

The Technicolor Zone of Cyberspace – Part I

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May 30th, 2018

Brazil’s Robust Defense of the Legal Prohibition on the Use of Force and Self Defense

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Apr 20th, 2018

Just Security Podcast: Britain’s Response to the Russia Spy Poisoning

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Mar 21st, 2018

“License to Kill” in Salisbury: State-sponsored assassinations and the jus ad bellum

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Mar 15th, 2018

A Crisis for U.S. Intelligence Alliances—What the Nunes Memo Has Wrought

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Feb 5th, 2018

Alseran v MOD and the Legal Risks in Treating All Captives as Prisoners of War

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Jan 4th, 2018

Three Questions on the WannaCry Attribution to North Korea

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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

Smoking Gun Videos Emerge: US Citizen, Libyan Warlord Haftar Ordering War Crimes

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Sep 19th, 2017

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