Russia is applying the lessons of its campaign against civilians in Syria to the conflict in Ukraine. The humanitarian response can learn from the Syrian conflict, too.
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Recent conflicts in former Soviet states demonstrate the ways that Russia's grip in the region has slipped.
The Russian Aerospace Forces' offensive has been more accurate than often appreciated, but its effectiveness has been limited by Ukraine's careful preparation and response.
In trying to develop a long-term solution to ending Russia’s attacks on the Ukrainian nuclear power plant and preventing catastrophe in the future, nations should take lessons from Africa’s Treaty of Pelindaba.
On Dec. 21, Zelenskyy’s will address a joint session Congress in Washington, D.C.
There is currently no international legal regime that compensates civilians whose property, bodies, or lives are destroyed in armed conflicts. Russia’s war in Ukraine might provide the needed political impetus to create a permanent “war torts” institution.
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While NATO members continue to supply weapons to Ukraine, they should consider the benefits and risks associated with extending these deliveries to include cyber weapons.
The recent incident in Poland offers an opportunity to clarify gray areas of the international legal stance related to the conditions surrounding an attack that can ultimately trigger Article 5.
How international law would shape the response to a potential armed attack on a NATO member state.