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...
The International Criminal Court’s DPH Misinterpretation in Lubanga

The International Criminal Court’s DPH Misinterpretation in Lubanga

| May 24, 2024

The International Criminal Court’s DPH Misinterpretation in Lubanga Editor’s Note: This post is drawn from the author’s article-length work, “Reuniting ‘Active’ and ‘Direct’ Participation: The International Criminal Court’s DPH Divorce in Lubanga,” appearing in Volume...
Arming U.S. Navy Hospital Ships?

Arming U.S. Navy Hospital Ships?

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| May 21, 2024

Arming U.S. Navy Hospital Ships? Is it time to rethink how U.S. Navy hospital ships are armed? Recent naval warfare in the Red and Black Seas highlights the potential vulnerability of surface ships to remote attacks by missiles and drones. These ships could include...
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 – (Not) The Day After in Gaza

In Honor of Yoram Dinstein – (Not) The Day After in Gaza

| May 13, 2024

In Honor of Yoram Dinstein – (Not) The Day After in Gaza 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 Dinstein’s work and the significant...