This article outlines a bill that Rep. Duncan Hunter plans to introduce to Congress that would force the Defense Department to expand the scope of abuse service members should intervene to stop. The legislation is officially called the Mandating America’s Responsibility to Limit Abuse, Negligence and Depravity, otherwise known as the Martland Act. The article […]
The APCML and ICRC hosted an Operations Law for Legal Advisers Workshop from 7-11 March 2016. The Workshop focused on legal issues relevant to military legal advisers providing operations law advice. The topics covered included the role of the legal adviser in planning and conduct of military operations, the law of naval and air warfare, […]
Dr William Boothby visited the APCML at Melbourne Law School on 9 March 2016. Dr Boothby very kindly conducted an informal roundtable to allow interested MLS students and staff to discuss their ongoing research. Dr Boothby was previously a senior legal officer in the Royal Air Force and is now a prolific scholar of the […]
The APCML and ICRC Operations Law Workshop was opened on Monday March 7 by Visiting Sir Ninian Stephen Scholar Professor Sang-Hyun Song, former President of the International Criminal Court, President of UNICEF/Korea, Professor Emeritus Seoul National University Law School.
The online launch of the full Commentary on the First Geneva Convention will take place on 22 March. This event is addressed to Permanent Missions, UN agencies, key NGOs and academics based in Geneva. The event will take place at the ICRC’s Humanitarium. The event can be followed via live streaming. For more information and […]
Professor Sang-Hyun Song shared his experiences in the role of President of the International Criminal Court with a select Melbourne Law School audience prior to delivering the Sir Ninian Stephen Fellow Lecture on Wednesday night. Read an account of his remarks here.
APCML and the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law are pleased to invite proposals for presentations to be given during the Asia Pacific Military Justice Workshop, which will be held in Singapore, on 20 and 21 September 2016. The deadline for submitting proposals is 15 April 2016.
This thought-provoking op-ed by Laurie Blank was published in The Hill this week and can be read here.
Hal Brands’ article Paradoxes of the Gray Zone has been published by the Foreign Policy Research Institute and is available to read here.