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Towards "Never Again": Searching For A Right To Remedial Secession Under Extant International Law, Steven R. Fisher Apr 2016

Towards "Never Again": Searching For A Right To Remedial Secession Under Extant International Law, Steven R. Fisher

Buffalo Human Rights Law Review

No abstract provided.


Discussion Of Christopher Kutz's 'Or 'Emet Lecture: Democratic Holy Wars, Christopher Kutz, Louis-Philippe Hodgson, François Tanguay-Renaud Oct 2015

Discussion Of Christopher Kutz's 'Or 'Emet Lecture: Democratic Holy Wars, Christopher Kutz, Louis-Philippe Hodgson, François Tanguay-Renaud

François Tanguay-Renaud

Follow-up seminar on Christopher Kutz’s ‘Or ‘Emet Lecture, delivered on Thursday, February 16, 2012. Part of the Legal Philosophy Between State and Transnationalism Seminar Series. Respondents: Louis-Philippe Hodgson, York Philosophy and François Tanguay-Renaud, Osgoode Hall Law School.


Using Noncambatants As Shields, Cécile Fabre, Idil Boran, François Tanguay-Renaud Oct 2015

Using Noncambatants As Shields, Cécile Fabre, Idil Boran, François Tanguay-Renaud

François Tanguay-Renaud

Cécile Farbe, Chair in Political Theory, University of Edinburgh, talks about the coercive use of civilians as shields "a depressingly familiar feature of contemporary wars." Respondent: Idil Boran, York University, Philosophy


Discussion Of Jeff Mcmahan's 'Or 'Emet Lecture: Proportionality In Self-Defense And War, Jeff Mcmahan, François Tanguay-Renaud, Craig Scott, Michael Giudice Oct 2015

Discussion Of Jeff Mcmahan's 'Or 'Emet Lecture: Proportionality In Self-Defense And War, Jeff Mcmahan, François Tanguay-Renaud, Craig Scott, Michael Giudice

François Tanguay-Renaud

Follow-up seminar on Jeff McMahan's ‘Or ‘Emet Lecture, delivered on Thursday, March 11, 2010. Part of the Legal Philosophy Between State and Transnationalism Seminar Series. Respondents: François Tanguay-Renaud, Osgoode Hall Law School; Craig Scott, Osgoode Hall Law School.


Risk Taking And Force Protection, David Luban, Dan Priel, François Tanguay-Renaud Oct 2015

Risk Taking And Force Protection, David Luban, Dan Priel, François Tanguay-Renaud

François Tanguay-Renaud

David Duban, University Professor and Professor of Law and Philosophy at Georgetown Law, defends Michael Walzer’s reconstruction of the Doctrine of Double Effect (DDE) and its implications for the risks that just warriors must take to minimize harm to civilians. Respondent: Dan Priel, Osgoode Hall Law School


Discussion Of Jeff Mcmahan's 'Or 'Emet Lecture: Proportionality In Self-Defense And War, Jeff Mcmahan, François Tanguay-Renaud, Craig Scott, Michael Giudice Oct 2015

Discussion Of Jeff Mcmahan's 'Or 'Emet Lecture: Proportionality In Self-Defense And War, Jeff Mcmahan, François Tanguay-Renaud, Craig Scott, Michael Giudice

Craig M. Scott

Follow-up seminar on Jeff McMahan's ‘Or ‘Emet Lecture, delivered on Thursday, March 11, 2010. Part of the Legal Philosophy Between State and Transnationalism Seminar Series. Respondents: François Tanguay-Renaud, Osgoode Hall Law School; Craig Scott, Osgoode Hall Law School.


Risk Taking And Force Protection, David Luban, Dan Priel, François Tanguay-Renaud Oct 2015

Risk Taking And Force Protection, David Luban, Dan Priel, François Tanguay-Renaud

Dan Priel

David Duban, University Professor and Professor of Law and Philosophy at Georgetown Law, defends Michael Walzer’s reconstruction of the Doctrine of Double Effect (DDE) and its implications for the risks that just warriors must take to minimize harm to civilians. Respondent: Dan Priel, Osgoode Hall Law School


Democratic Holy Wars, Christopher Kutz Apr 2015

Democratic Holy Wars, Christopher Kutz

Christopher Kutz

Christopher Kutz delivers the 'Or 'Emet lecture discussing democracy, the philosophy of war and intervention.


Discussion Of Christopher Kutz's 'Or 'Emet Lecture: Democratic Holy Wars, Christopher Kutz, Louis-Philippe Hodgson, François Tanguay-Renaud Apr 2015

Discussion Of Christopher Kutz's 'Or 'Emet Lecture: Democratic Holy Wars, Christopher Kutz, Louis-Philippe Hodgson, François Tanguay-Renaud

Christopher Kutz

Follow-up seminar on Christopher Kutz’s ‘Or ‘Emet Lecture, delivered on Thursday, February 16, 2012. Part of the Legal Philosophy Between State and Transnationalism Seminar Series. Respondents: Louis-Philippe Hodgson, York Philosophy and François Tanguay-Renaud, Osgoode Hall Law School.


Lessons Form The Cambodian Experience With Truth And Reconciliation, John D. Ciorciari, Jaya Ramji-Nogales Apr 2013

Lessons Form The Cambodian Experience With Truth And Reconciliation, John D. Ciorciari, Jaya Ramji-Nogales

Buffalo Human Rights Law Review

No abstract provided.


Tadić, The Anonymous Witness And The Sources Of International Procedural Law, Natasha A. Affolder Jan 1998

Tadić, The Anonymous Witness And The Sources Of International Procedural Law, Natasha A. Affolder

Michigan Journal of International Law

This article explores the Trial Chamber's decision to allow the use of anonymous testimony as a protective measure in the wake of the final judgment in the Tadić trial. This initial decision, granting the prosecutor's request for protective measures including the withholding of four witnesses' identities from the accused, formed a precedent upon which later rulings for protective measures relied, both throughout the Tadić case and in subsequent cases before the International Tribunal.


Article 51: Limits On Self-Defense?, Thomas K. Plofchan Jr. Jan 1992

Article 51: Limits On Self-Defense?, Thomas K. Plofchan Jr.

Michigan Journal of International Law

This article's two-pronged analysis has three distinct parts. Part I lays out the controversy of Article 51 interpretation as applied to the recent Gulf Crisis. Part II examines the legal guidance for interpreting the U.N. Charter, the Charter's travaux preparatoires, and specifically the work of the committees and subcommittees responsible for drafting and amending articles that fully incorporate the right of self-defense into the Charter. This Part develops conclusions on Article 51 that may be applied to the context of the recent Gulf Crisis. This Part also contrasts the Article 51 right of collective self-defense with the ...