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October 2, 2015 Defending the FSA Against Russia -- the Jus ad Bellum Perspective
It's been widely reported over the past few days that Russia has been bombing the Free Syrian Army under the pretext of joining the fight against ISIS. That development spurred an interesting post at Lawfare by Bobby Chesney about whether Art. II of...
September 28, 2015 That "Broad Consensus" for Unwilling/Unable Just Got Less Broad
A few days ago, I pointed out that Kate Martin's "broad consensus that there is a right to use military force in self-defense when the host country is unable or unwilling to stop the attack" actually includes no more than four of the world's 194 sta...