University of Liverpool collaboration
In 2017, Article 36 commenced a collaboration with sociologists at the University of Liverpool to look at the changing character of law in war, and the role that legal considerations play in decisions around targeting and the use of force.
With our PhD student, Alex Holder, and his supervisor, Michael Mair, we have been examining the situated practices of legal reasoning engaged in by military personnel, among other themes.
Latest content on this issue
Jan 2022 post The gap between ‘compliance’ and protecting civilians in war
Dec 2021 publication The compliance trap and the protection of civilians: Achieving legality in an aerial targeting operation
Dec 2019 post An empty spectacle? On the order of deliberations in the annual meeting of the CCW
Sep 2018 post Briefing on drones for states attending UN General Assembly First Committee 2018
Jun 2018 post Stealth Bombing: Europe’s Hidden Involvement in the United States’ Drone Wars
Jun 2018 publication Targeting Legality: The Armed Drone as a Socio-technical and Socio-Legal System
Jun 2018 post Article for the Journal of the Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies on armed drones
Feb 2018 post The future of European militaries will be remotely piloted – and that should worry us…
Dec 2017 post Evidence to APPG inquiry on the UK’s use of armed drones
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