Reconceptualizing Norm Conflict in International Law

Reconceptualizing Norm Conflict in International Law

| May 27, 2024

Reconceptualizing Norm Conflict in International Law Editor’s Note: This post is drawn from the author’s article-length work, “Reconceptualizing Norm Conflict in International Law,” recently published in The Asian Journal of International Law. Representative of the...
“On the Brink”: The Geneva Conventions at 75

“On the Brink”: The Geneva Conventions at 75

| Mar 27, 2024

“On the Brink”: The Geneva Conventions at 75 Editor’s note: The views expressed in this post are those of the author and not necessarily those of the ICRC, HLS PILAC, or other workshop participants. From March 12-13, 2024, Harvard Law School’s Program on International...
The Political Declaration on Responsible Military Use of Artificial Intelligence and Autonomy

The Political Declaration on Responsible Military Use of Artificial Intelligence and Autonomy

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| Nov 13, 2023

The Political Declaration on Responsible Military Use of Artificial Intelligence and Autonomy On 1 November, Vice President Harris announced that 32 States had endorsed the Political Declaration on the Responsible Military Use of Artificial Intelligence and Autonomy...
2023 DoD Manual Revision – What Was Left Unsaid for Cyber Operations

2023 DoD Manual Revision – What Was Left Unsaid for Cyber Operations

| Sep 14, 2023

2023 DoD Manual Revision – What Was Left Unsaid for Cyber Operations Since the long-awaited update to the Department of Defense (DoD) Law of War Manual, there has been no shortage of commentary and scholarship surrounding the new amendments. While updates to the...
The Law of Cyber Conflict: Quo Vadis?

The Law of Cyber Conflict: Quo Vadis?

| Jul 22, 2022

The Law of Cyber Conflict: Quo Vadis? [Editor’s note: The following post highlights a subject addressed in the Lieber Studies volume The Future Law of Armed Conflict, which was published 27 May 2022. For a general introduction to this volume, see Professor Matt...