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  • Hague Academy Model United Nations on Drone Warfare and International Law

    Hague Academy Model United Nations on Drone Warfare and International Law

    juillet 17, 2014

    Directed energy weapons, drones, self targeting bullets, mobile tactical high energy lasers, military robots, spy weapons, weapons undetectable under an x-ray scan, remote controlled insect armies, self driving tanks, robotic mules, thermal camouflage, surveillance technologies and autonomous unmanned systems are some examples of the high tech weapons and military technology that are now used during warfare. The use of this state of the art military technology raises serious ethical and legal questions: (when) is the use of drones acceptable?

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  • Interview: Dr. Christian Noack

    Interview: Dr. Christian Noack

    mai 23, 2014

    This month, our first time guest editor and colleague, Ms. Anna Duszczyk, invited Dr. Christian Noack from the University of Amsterdam, for an in-depth interview on the current crisis in Ukraine. Dr. Noack is an expert on Eastern European History, Media Studies and Slavonic Studies. In this interview, he will discuss his views on the current political situation in Ukraine and the role of Russia and the European Union in the crisis.

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  • A Justification for Russia’s Intervention?

    A Justification for Russia’s Intervention?

    mars 7, 2014

    In the last week Russian military forces have occupied Crimea, the Ukrainian Black Sea peninsula where the majority of the population is ethnic Russian and the Russian Black Sea Fleet is deployed in the city of Sevastopol. In the Russian constitution a few articles describe circumstances where a primacy of Russian constitutional law above international law may occur. How does Russia legally justify its intervention? Guest Blog by Anna K. Duszczyk.

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  • Intervention - Research Guide International Law

    Intervention et non-intervention

    L’article 2 paragraphe 7 de la Charte des Nations Unies est clair en ce qui concerne les sujets soumis à intervention : “Aucune disposition de la présente Charte n’autorise les Nations Unies à intervenir dans des affaires qui relèvent essentiellement de la compétence nationale d’un État”. Cet article proclame le principe de l’intégrité territoriale des […]

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