The new U.N. report on the Gaza border protests applies the wrong legal standard.
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Tactical context is important in assessing the report of the Military Advocate General of the Israel Defense Force on Operation Protective Edge.
Israel’s Military Advocate General Terminates ‘Black Friday’ and Other Investigations: Initial Observations
A recent update from Israel’s Military Advocate General raises important questions about Israel’s view of the law of armed conflict and its responsibility to civilians in areas of conflict.
In dismissing a petition against the rules of engagement governing use of force by the Israeli security forces in the violent clashes in Gaza, the court asserted a controversial interpretation of what international law requires of the Israeli security forces.
An amendment to guidelines for women’s service alongside Orthodox men provoked roiling controversy.
Making sense of the latest clash in Syria's complex civil war.
Israel intercepts an Iranian drone and retaliates, U.S. troops attacked by the Assad regime, Egypt launches a new counterterrorism offensive, and Iraq raises funds to recover.
In Israel, the army is more than just the shield of the state; it is the crucible in which children become citizens. Therefore military values must protect not only the people’s bodies, but also their souls.
A few thoughts on the nature of proportionality—and the incredibly diverse work we are making the concept do for us, both legally and morally.