Collective Self-Defense and the Internationalization of Armed Conflicts in Eastern DRC

Collective Self-Defense and the Internationalization of Armed Conflicts in Eastern DRC

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| Apr 8, 2024

Collective Self-Defense and the Internationalization of Armed Conflicts in Eastern DRC Nearly a decade after the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) signed a ceasefire agreement with the March 23 (M23) rebel movement, violence has once again erupted in the...
Regulating Military Force Series – A Future for the UN System of Collective Security?

Regulating Military Force Series – A Future for the UN System of Collective Security?

| Feb 22, 2024

Regulating Military Force Series – A Future for the UN System of Collective Security? Editors’ note: This post is a condensed version of the author’s keynote address at the conference “International Law and the Regulation of Resort to Force: Exhaustion, Destruction,...
Securing the Maritime Domain in the Red Sea

Securing the Maritime Domain in the Red Sea

| Dec 8, 2023

Securing the Maritime Domain in the Red Sea Since the brutal Hamas-led massacre of over 1,300 innocent Israeli citizens on October 7, 2023, Houthi rebels based in Yemen have increased their attacks on Israeli and U.S. ships in the Red Sea. A statement issued by the...
Military Aid to Russia and International Law

Military Aid to Russia and International Law

| Sep 12, 2023

Military Aid to Russia and International Law North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, is in Russia to discuss military support, including supplying artillery shells and rockets, for Russian operations against Ukraine. In the past, North Korea has supplied the Wagner Group...