AWS Legal Review Series – Inclusion of Quasi-Legal Considerations

AWS Legal Review Series – Inclusion of Quasi-Legal Considerations

| Mar 12, 2024

AWS Legal Review Series – Inclusion of Quasi-Legal Considerations This post appears as part of a series on the legal review of autonomous weapon systems. An introductory post by Professors Rain Liivoja and Sean Watts provides an overview of the series. At an Expert...
Israel-Hamas 2024 Symposium – Qassam Rockets, Weapon Reviews, and Collective Terror as a Targeting Strategy

Israel-Hamas 2024 Symposium – Qassam Rockets, Weapon Reviews, and Collective Terror as a Targeting Strategy

| Jan 17, 2024

Israel-Hamas 2024 Symposium – Qassam Rockets, Weapon Reviews, and Collective Terror as a Targeting Strategy The Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) and its military wing, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades (AQB), in the pursuit of its objective to “obliterate” Israel,...
Of Hague Law and Geneva Law

Of Hague Law and Geneva Law

| Nov 29, 2023

Of Hague Law and Geneva Law For specialists of the law of armed conflict, the term “Hague Law” (HL) designates the rules related to the conduct of hostilities, the so-called means and methods of warfare. Meanwhile, the term “Geneva Law” (GL) refers to the rules...
Life, Love & Lethality: History and Delegating Death on the Battlefield

Life, Love & Lethality: History and Delegating Death on the Battlefield

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| May 26, 2023

Life, Love & Lethality: History and Delegating Death on the Battlefield In military circles, the 1939 Einstein-Szilard letter to President Roosevelt is a well-known document that changed the course of history. It was instrumental in the establishment of the...