The Battle of Peleliu

The Battle of Peleliu

| May 9, 2024

The Battle of Peleliu Due to the generosity of donors, the United States Military Academy Department of Law offers cadets the opportunity to learn about war crimes by traveling to historical crime scenes via summer Academic Individual Advanced Developments (AIADs)....
Environment and Consequence: Legal Practice and Risk in Jungle Operations

Environment and Consequence: Legal Practice and Risk in Jungle Operations

| May 7, 2024

Environment and Consequence: Legal Practice and Risk in Jungle Operations To our men, British or Indian, the jungle was a strange, fearsome place; moving and fighting in it was a nightmare. We were too ready to classify jungle as “impenetrable” . . . to us it appeared...
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...
Retaliation, Retribution, and Punishment and International Law

Retaliation, Retribution, and Punishment and International Law

| Apr 18, 2024

Retaliation, Retribution, and Punishment and International Law On April 13, Iran launched a massive missile and drone attack on Israel. Hezbollah and Houthi attacks took place contemporaneously. Israel, alongside forces from France, the United Kingdom, the United...
Attacks on Merchant Shipping: Which State Has the Right to Respond in Self-Defence?

Attacks on Merchant Shipping: Which State Has the Right to Respond in Self-Defence?

| Apr 15, 2024

Attacks on Merchant Shipping: Which State Has the Right to Respond in Self-Defence? On April 13, 2024, Iranian special forces seized the Portuguese flagged MSC Aries near the Strait of Hormuz as it sailed towards the Nhava Sheva port in India. The ship, which...