Cyber Attack War Crimes and Ntaganda

Cyber Attack War Crimes and Ntaganda

| May 14, 2024

Cyber Attack War Crimes and Ntaganda Editor’s note: This post is based on a portion of the author’s work, “Addressing Unlawful Cyber Operations in Armed Conflict Through Human Rights Bodies Instead of the International Criminal Court,” published at 57 Vanderbilt...
In Honor of Yoram Dinstein – The San Remo and the Newport Manuals on the Law of Naval Warfare

In Honor of Yoram Dinstein – The San Remo and the Newport Manuals on the Law of Naval Warfare

| Apr 23, 2024

In Honor of Yoram Dinstein – The San Remo and the Newport Manuals on the Law of Naval Warfare Editors’ note: This post is part of a series to honor Professor Yoram Dinstein, who passed away on Saturday February 10, 2024. These posts recognize Professor...
Invisible Soldiers

Invisible Soldiers

| Mar 11, 2024

Invisible Soldiers Images of drone strikes, hypersonic missiles, and directed energy weapons have cultivated imagination of how war might be fought in the future. Meanwhile, on-board cameras and satellites have made modern battlefields more transparent and accessible...
Regulating Military Force Series – Low-Intensity Cyber Operations and Regulation of the Resort to Force

Regulating Military Force Series – Low-Intensity Cyber Operations and Regulation of the Resort to Force

| Feb 21, 2024

Regulating Military Force Series – Low-Intensity Cyber Operations and Regulation of the Resort to Force 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,...
The Influence of Weaponry on the Jus ad Bellum

The Influence of Weaponry on the Jus ad Bellum

| Jan 29, 2024

The Influence of Weaponry on the Jus ad Bellum In an Articles of War post last week, Professor Terry Gill discussed his new book, The Use of Force and the International Legal System, co-authored with Dr. Kinga Tibori Szabó. It is a fascinating journey through the jus...