Monthly Archives: July 2015

A Losing Battle: International Law Against National Law

The force behind international law becomes compromised as key players in the international community put sovereignty before international agreements. Continue reading

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Yemen and Coalition-Based Interventions

A series of ongoing conflicts and U.S. complacence have begun to unravel the norms on the use of force. Continue reading

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Sovereignty in the Age of International Intervention

States need to better incorporate the cost of intervention on state sovereignty when weighing the merits of regime change. Continue reading

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Out of Control: Managing non-State Militias

This essay seeks to examine ways in which national political identity influences government options in controlling powerful non-state militias. Continue reading

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