Israel – Hamas 2024 Symposium – Targeted Sanctions against West Bank Settlers

Israel – Hamas 2024 Symposium – Targeted Sanctions against West Bank Settlers

| May 1, 2024

Israel – Hamas 2024 Symposium – Targeted Sanctions against West Bank Settlers Before and after 7 October, several States, most notably the United States, the United Kingdom, as well as the European Union, imposed multiple rounds of sanctions against Hamas and/or Hamas...
Year in Review – 2023

Year in Review – 2023

| Dec 29, 2023

Year in Review – 2023 2023 has witnessed not only a continuation of ongoing conflicts, including those in Ukraine and Nagorno-Karabakh, but also the emergence of new hostilities. A notable addition to the global security landscape was the renewed armed conflict...
The Emergence of Collective Countermeasures

The Emergence of Collective Countermeasures

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| Nov 1, 2023

The Emergence of Collective Countermeasures Editor’s Note: This post is based on a forthcoming article, “War Reparations: The Case for Countermeasures” in the Stanford Law Review, available here. When Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022, it launched the...
Ukraine Symposium – The Impact of Sanctions on Humanitarian Aid

Ukraine Symposium – The Impact of Sanctions on Humanitarian Aid

| Jan 27, 2023

Ukraine Symposium – The Impact of Sanctions on Humanitarian Aid The war in Ukraine highlights how humanitarian need and restrictive trade measures typically emerge simultaneously in times of conflict—and how the latter can interfere with the ability of humanitarian...
Ukraine Symposium – War Sanctions Steadily Degrade the Russian Maritime Sector

Ukraine Symposium – War Sanctions Steadily Degrade the Russian Maritime Sector

| Jun 7, 2022

Ukraine Symposium – War Sanctions Steadily Degrade the Russian Maritime Sector When Russia (re)invaded Ukraine in February, national sanctions imposed on Russian shipping companies and designated Russian-owned vessels and financial institutions began degrading...