Lessons Learned from the Latest Rendition Cases at the European Court of Human Rights

Lessons Learned from the Latest Rendition Cases at the European Court of Human Rights

| Jul 2, 2024

Lessons Learned from the Latest Rendition Cases at the European Court of Human Rights The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) recently finalized its judgment against Lithuania in a case involving Guantanamo Bay (GTMO) detainees. The ECtHR ordered Lithuania to pay...
Diversification of Civilian Agency: An Accountability Perspective

Diversification of Civilian Agency: An Accountability Perspective

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| Jun 12, 2024

Diversification of Civilian Agency: An Accountability Perspective Several recent developments have challenged the traditionally assumed passivity of civilians in armed conflict. Most notable are calls to participate in a volunteer IT army, the facilitation of an app...
Precautions and Aerial Superiority or Supremacy

Precautions and Aerial Superiority or Supremacy

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| Jun 5, 2024

Precautions and Aerial Superiority or Supremacy In modern armed conflict, belligerents must control the air domain. Air supremacy or air superiority is a precondition for success in land and naval operations. Simultaneously, belligerents must exercise “constant care...
Retaliation, Retribution, and Punishment and International Law

Retaliation, Retribution, and Punishment and International Law

| Apr 18, 2024

Retaliation, Retribution, and Punishment and International Law On April 13, Iran launched a massive missile and drone attack on Israel. Hezbollah and Houthi attacks took place contemporaneously. Israel, alongside forces from France, the United Kingdom, the United...
Regulating Military Force Series – Justice and Accountability in the Era of Modern Mercenarism

Regulating Military Force Series – Justice and Accountability in the Era of Modern Mercenarism

| Feb 26, 2024

Regulating Military Force Series – Justice and Accountability in the Era of Modern Mercenarism Editors’ note: The author delivered remarks on the subject of this post at the conference “International Law and the Regulation of Resort to Force: Exhaustion,...
Regulating Military Force Series – Hybrid Warfare and Jus ad Bellum

Regulating Military Force Series – Hybrid Warfare and Jus ad Bellum

| Feb 20, 2024

Regulating Military Force Series – Hybrid Warfare and Jus ad Bellum Editors’ note: The author delivered remarks on the subject of this post at the conference “International Law and the Regulation of Resort to Force: Exhaustion, Destruction, Rebirth?” at the...