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Israel-Palestine

The Supreme Court of Israel Dismisses a Petition Against Gaza Rules of Engagement

 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.

Public Opinion

Law and Public Intuition on the Use of Force, Part 2: The Threat of Nuclear Weapons

We conducted a public opinion survey that found that Americans are sensitive to considerations of necessity, proportionality, and congressional authorization when evaluating whether the use of force is a justified response to a military threat from a foreign country. But what if the threat in question isn’t a conventional military one?

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