2016 Joint Series on International Law and Armed Conflict: Monica Hakimi on Fair Trial Guarantees in Armed Conflict

2016 Joint Series on International Law and Armed Conflict: Monica Hakimi on Fair Trial Guarantees in Armed Conflict

In the second installment of our Transatlantic Dialogue Series, Monica Hakimi discusses Fair Trial Guarantees in Armed Conflict.  Ms. Hakimi is a Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School. She teaches and writes on public international law and U.S. foreign relations law, with a particular focus on the informal ways in which international law adapts to contemporary challenges. The views expressed in this article are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect those of the ICRC or the other blogs taking part in this series.

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2016 Joint Series on International Law and Armed Conflict: Nehal Bhuta on Fair Trial Guarantees in Armed Conflict

2016 Joint Series on International Law and Armed Conflict: Nehal Bhuta on Fair Trial Guarantees in Armed Conflict

In the first installment of our Transatlantic Dialogue Series, Nehal Bhuta of the European University Institute discusses Fair Trial Guarantees in Armed Conflict.  Mr. Bhuta is Professor of Public International Law. He is also co-director of the Global Governance Program’s Global Governance by Indicators project. The views expressed in this article are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect those of the ICRC or the other blogs taking part in this series.

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Introducing the First Multi-blog Series on the Updated Geneva Conventions Commentaries

Introducing the First Multi-blog Series on the Updated Geneva Conventions Commentaries

Intercross, along with Opinio Juris, a forum on international law and relations, and Humanitarian Law & Policy, an ICRC blog powered by the International Review of the Red Cross, are co-hosting a multi-blog series on the Updated Geneva Conventions Commentaries. Stay tuned for upcoming posts and an evolving publication calendar.

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2015 Joint Series: The Development of International Humanitarian Law by International Criminal Courts and Tribunals

2015 Joint Series: The Development of International Humanitarian Law by International Criminal Courts and Tribunals

In the fourth installment of our Transatlantic Dialogue Series, Professor Sandesh Sivakumaran discusses the role that International courts and tribunals have played in developing International Humanitarian Law. Mr. Sivakumaran is a Professor of Public International Law. He is also a non-resident research fellow at the United States Naval War College Stockton Center for International Law and a member of the advisory board of Geneva Call.

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2014 Joint series: Taming war through law - a philosophical & legal perspective

2014 Joint series: Taming war through law - a philosophical & legal perspective

This is our final post in the joint series we've been running this month, along with our friends over at Lawfare and the European Journal of International Law (EJIL:Talk!), on topics discussed in July at a transatlantic workshop on armed conflict and international law in Oxford. Intercross is pleased to bring you this article by Guest Blogger, Guglielmo Verdirame - an Italian-born Professor of International Law at King's College London in the Department of War Studies and the School of Law. He was previously a university lecturer in law at the University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law, and a Fellow of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. He also practices as a barrister. The views expressed in this piece are his own. Thanks to all of the guest bloggers, who contributed to this great series! (See a full list of all posts below.) We hope to do it again next fall!

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2014 Joint series: The intersection of battlefield regulation & criminal responsibility

In this penultimate post from the Transatlantic Dialogue on International Law and Armed Conflict series, Geoff Corn (South Texas) discusses the topic of how criminal responsibility relates to battlefield regulation.

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2014 Joint series: Lawfare’s Bobby Chesney examines when IHL ceases to apply

Throughout September, in coordination with our friends over at Lawfare and EJIL:Talk!, we’re following up on this summer’s 2nd annual Tansatlantic Dialogue on International Law and Armed Conflict (which took place in Oxford in July) with a joint blog series exploring a range of interesting issues, including when international humanitarian law ceases to apply.

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2014 Transatlantic dialogue on international law and armed conflict: a joint series

2014 Transatlantic dialogue on international law and armed conflict: a joint series

In the middle of July, a group of academics and government lawyers gathered for two days at Britain's Oxford University to discuss issues related to current challenges pertaining to armed conflict and the applicable law. Participants came from both sides of the Atlantic (the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Continental Europe, and Israel) to share views on a variety of topics.

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