New Challenges and Old Problems for International Humanitarian Law

New Challenges and Old Problems for International Humanitarian Law

| Apr 3, 2024

New Challenges and Old Problems for International Humanitarian Law This post provides some reflections based upon the experience of writing the second edition of the book International Humanitarian Law: Rules, Controversies, and Solutions to Problems Arising in...
Reprisals Against Enemy Civilians, the Object and Purpose of Additional Protocol I, and the United Kingdom’s Reservation

Reprisals Against Enemy Civilians, the Object and Purpose of Additional Protocol I, and the United Kingdom’s Reservation

| Mar 22, 2024

Reprisals Against Enemy Civilians, the Object and Purpose of Additional Protocol I, and the United Kingdom’s Reservation Editors’ note: This post considers one aspect of an article recently published by the author in The Military Law and the Law of War Review. It does...
Israel – Hamas 2024 Symposium – Reflections on the Invocation of Common Article 1

Israel – Hamas 2024 Symposium – Reflections on the Invocation of Common Article 1

| Mar 13, 2024

Israel – Hamas 2024 Symposium – Reflections on the Invocation of Common Article 1 The South Africa v. Israel case at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) concerning alleged violations of the Genocide Convention during the Israel-Hamas war has broader implications...
The Netherlands Appeals Court Order on F-35 Parts Delivery to Israel

The Netherlands Appeals Court Order on F-35 Parts Delivery to Israel

| Feb 27, 2024

The Netherlands Appeals Court Order on F-35 Parts Delivery to Israel A domestic court judgment in the Netherlands recently captured global headlines for ordering the government to suspend participation in a multinational program supplying F-35 parts to Israel. The...
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,...