Paris Attacks: An “Act of War”? Terrorism’s Place in International Law

Katrien Wilmots, Vol. 37 Associate Editor On Friday November 13, 2015 three teams of coordinated attackers carried out terrorist assaults […]

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Offensive Autonomous Weapons: Should We Be Worried?

Christian Husby, Vol. 37 Associate Editor Offensive autonomous weapons. Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, and Noam Chomsky are opposed,[1] Human Rights […]

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Do the Geneva Conventions Need an Adjudicative Body?

William Quinn, Vol. 37 Associate Editor The Geneva Conventions of 1949 are universally recognized as the core body of international […]

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