Space law revisited (2/3): Are weapons of mass destruction prohibited in space?

Space law revisited (2/3): Are weapons of mass destruction prohibited in space?

A more pacifist reading of space law, in a three-post series by Pavle Kilibarda.

Interview with Dr Bassim Al-Rubaye, Member of Iraq’s Council of Ministers

Interview with Dr Bassim Al-Rubaye, Member of Iraq’s Council of Ministers

On lawmaking and humanitarian law amidst the ongoing conflict in Iraq.

The Novye Atagi hospital attack, 20 years on: A call to care for the carers

The Novye Atagi hospital attack, 20 years on: A call to care for the carers

In this personal story told by a former ICRC head of office in Novye Atagi, Chechnya, a short, violent encounter leads to a long journey of recovery.

Global counter-terrorism must not overlook the rules of war

Global counter-terrorism must not overlook the rules of war

Branding an armed group as “terrorist” does not cancel the applicability of international humanitarian law (IHL). Stéphane Ojeda on global counter-terrorism.

The digital transformation of the humanitarian sector

The digital transformation of the humanitarian sector

The ICRC’s Anja Kaspersen and Charlotte Lindsey-Curtet on how technology might reshape humanitarian relief in the coming years, and how to prepare.

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