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,...
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...
Recapping “Cyber in War: Lessons from the Russia-Ukraine Conflict”

Recapping “Cyber in War: Lessons from the Russia-Ukraine Conflict”

| Jan 8, 2024

Recapping “Cyber in War: Lessons from the Russia-Ukraine Conflict” We are fast approaching the two-year mark of the massive escalation of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine. While much of this war has been fought in the physical realm, to devastating effect,...
Israel – Hamas 2023 Symposium – Cyberspace – the Hidden Aspect of the Conflict

Israel – Hamas 2023 Symposium – Cyberspace – the Hidden Aspect of the Conflict

| Nov 30, 2023

Israel – Hamas 2023 Symposium – Cyberspace – the Hidden Aspect of the Conflict The armed conflict between Israel and Hamas is a multi-arena war in two respects. First, in terms of geography, there are active hostilities in Gaza, Lebanon, the West Bank, and even Syria...
Customary International Law, National Law, and Considering Data as Objects

Customary International Law, National Law, and Considering Data as Objects

| Nov 15, 2023

Customary International Law, National Law, and Considering Data as Objects Cyberspace is a relatively new domain. It exists as something of a parallel universe, where properties and rules frequently differ from those of the physical world. And much of what occurs in...