Houthi Attacks on Merchant Vessels in the Red Sea

Houthi Attacks on Merchant Vessels in the Red Sea

| Jun 10, 2024

Houthi Attacks on Merchant Vessels in the Red Sea The Red Sea has seen a rise in attacks on merchant ships since 19 October 2023. Although the number of ships having been attacked differs depending on the sources used, the number has by now at the very least exceeded...
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...
Yoram Dinstein (1936-2024)

Yoram Dinstein (1936-2024)

| Feb 12, 2024

Yoram Dinstein (1936-2024) Editors’ note: This post honors Professor Yoram Dinstein, who passed away on Saturday February 10, 2024. Over the coming weeks, Articles of War will feature a series of posts to recognize Professor Dinstein’s work and the significant...
The Jus ad Bellum Aspects of the Russian War in Ukraine

The Jus ad Bellum Aspects of the Russian War in Ukraine

| Jan 29, 2024

The Jus ad Bellum Aspects of the Russian War in Ukraine Editors’ Note: This post is derived from a presentation given at the 2023 Israel Defense Forces Military Advocate General’s 4th International Conference on the Law of Armed Conflict. In spite of the complex legal...
Cyber Operations as Crimes at the International Criminal Court

Cyber Operations as Crimes at the International Criminal Court

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| Oct 4, 2023

Cyber Operations as Crimes at the International Criminal Court Editors’ Note: The authors co-led a discussion group at the 2023 International Humanitarian Law Roundtable in Chautauqua, New York, on the topic of Cyber Attacks and the Rome Statute. This post reflects...