The Conflict Law Centre’s statement on recent events in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories
This paper argues that the discussion around drone warfare is ideologically skewed and examines potential impact of AI in drone warfare
This paper provides a comprehensive analysis of the way the law of occupation has evolved and its prohibitions on transformative occupations.
Interview with Nicolò Borgesano on the the difference between aggressive and non-aggressive machines and how LAWS may undermine humanity
Interview with Luis Campani on the difference between automated and autonomous weapons systems and the ethical dimensions of reducing a human being to a collection of HEX codes
Interview with Ishmael Bhila on the lack of participation by African states and the need for non-Western thought in negotiations on killer robots
Interview with Ousman Noor on the AI revolution in warfare and the need to ensure meaningful human control over the use of force
This paper explores the unable or unwilling doctrine from the presepective of Pakistan
This article explores the international legal framework underlying economic sanctions and their efficacy as a tool of foreign policy
Another year has passed since India abrogated Article 370 and ended Jammu and Kashmir’s special autonomous status, turning it into an annexed and federally-controlled territory. Since then, the restless region has seen continued human rights violations, demographic changes, and a push to delimit the territory in order to allow Assembly elections to take place. India claims it is providing economic development and promoting democracy in Jammu and Kashmir when in fact it continues to breach international law. India’s attempt to show the valley as one where Kashmiris are finally reaping the dividends of peace is a smokescreen for a region where everything is far from normal. This article will analyse India’s actions in the past year and argue that despite Modi’s attempt to hide what is going on from the international stage, India’s continued clampdowns and authoritarianism in Jammu and Kashmir must not go unnoticed.