Embracing LOAC Pluralism

Embracing LOAC Pluralism

Embracing LOAC Pluralism ​Although the prospect of war remains, the end of two decades of active hostilities affords the United States and its partners the breathing room to rethink their approaches to developing and interpreting the law of armed conflict (LOAC). In...
Legal Advisers in the Field during Armed Conflict

Legal Advisers in the Field during Armed Conflict

Legal Advisers in the Field during Armed Conflict [Editor’s Note: This post is based on Professor Dinstein’s recent article published in International Law Studies, vol. 97 (2021), pp. 917-936.]   Legal advisers are supposed to be attached to military commanders...
Afghanistan and Noncombatant Evacuation Operations

Afghanistan and Noncombatant Evacuation Operations

Afghanistan and Noncombatant Evacuation Operations   Last month, President Biden announced the U.S. military mission in Afghanistan would officially conclude by August 31, 2021. Since the drawdown of U.S. and other international forces from Afghanistan began in...
When Corporations Take Offensive Measures Against States

When Corporations Take Offensive Measures Against States

When Corporations Take Offensive Measures Against States Cyberattacks are increasingly inundating the private sector, and most States are unable or unwilling to provide adequate protection against these attacks. To mitigate this challenge, numerous corporations...