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International Efforts To Collect Evidence Related To Russia’S Aggression Against Ukraine, Steven Hill Jan 2024

International Efforts To Collect Evidence Related To Russia’S Aggression Against Ukraine, Steven Hill

Saint Louis University Law Journal

International law has been at the very center of the global response to Russia’s aggression against Ukraine since February 2022. Evidence collection has become one of the core elements of this international law response. The April 2023 keynote address on which this article is based focused on international efforts to collect evidence related to Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. Specifically, this article focuses on responses in Ukraine, the United States, the European Union, and other jurisdictions on behalf of governments, international organizations, and civil society organizations to collect evidence related to war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, and aggression by all …


The Human Dimension Of Peace And Aggression, Chiara Redaelli Dec 2020

The Human Dimension Of Peace And Aggression, Chiara Redaelli

International Law Studies

Since the adoption of the Charter of the United Nations, the current international legal framework has drastically changed. In its traditional understanding, aggression is “the supreme international crime” aimed at protecting sovereignty and the territorial integrity of states. On the other hand, the U.N. Charter endorses an understanding of peace in the negative sense, that is, as mere absence of war. As human rights have gained momentum, they have helped reshape the legal landscape, a phenomenon referred to as the humanization of international law. How do peace and aggression fit within the humanized legal framework? This article will investigate the …


Criminological Description Of Crimes Related To Terrorism And Their Causes, Jamshid Ibrohimov Sep 2020

Criminological Description Of Crimes Related To Terrorism And Their Causes, Jamshid Ibrohimov

Review of law sciences

Terrorism is the most dangerous and difficult vocation of our time. In order to solve this social problem, it is necessary first of all to know exactly what terrorism is, its plot, essence, why and by whom it is used as a tool in the fight against terrorism. It is worth noting that now the fact that the identity of the terrorist was not described as a Fox, is one of the main problems in science. In this case, it is also very important to pay attention to the various data on the delivery of mercenaries maksad in the case …


Searching For The Parental Causes Of The School-To-Prison Pipeline Problem: A Critical, Conceptual Essay, Reginald Leamon Robinson Sep 2018

Searching For The Parental Causes Of The School-To-Prison Pipeline Problem: A Critical, Conceptual Essay, Reginald Leamon Robinson

Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development

(Abstract)

In this critical, conceptual essay, the author argues that the School-to-Prison Pipeline (“STPP”) simply does not exist. Long before Columbine and the enactment of zero tolerance, caregivers have been wrongly harming their children, something causing them toxic stress that triggers their stress-response system, and making it nigh impossible for children easily ensnared by suspensions, expulsions, referrals to alternative schools, and SRO arrests to have the best developmental start and cognitive abilities to succeed in public schools. Further, teachers and administrators who are pressured to report great educational metrics, and for their own childhood reasons have a near inflexible need …


Some Remarks On Self-Defense And Intervention: A Reaction To Reading Law And Civil War In The Modern World, Josef Rohlik Dec 2016

Some Remarks On Self-Defense And Intervention: A Reaction To Reading Law And Civil War In The Modern World, Josef Rohlik

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Complexity Analysis: A Preliminary Step Toward A General Systems Theory Of International Law, James L. Hildebrand Jun 2016

Complexity Analysis: A Preliminary Step Toward A General Systems Theory Of International Law, James L. Hildebrand

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


The Teaching Of International Law, Myres S. Mcdougal Apr 2016

The Teaching Of International Law, Myres S. Mcdougal

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Discussion On The Problem Of Defining Aggression, Salo Engel, James L. Taulbee Apr 2016

Discussion On The Problem Of Defining Aggression, Salo Engel, James L. Taulbee

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


The Legal Control Of The Use Of Force And The Definition Of Aggression, Donald C. Piper Apr 2016

The Legal Control Of The Use Of Force And The Definition Of Aggression, Donald C. Piper

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents, Georgia Journal Of International And Comparative Law Apr 2016

Table Of Contents, Georgia Journal Of International And Comparative Law

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Criminally Disproportionate Warfare: Aggression As A Contextual War Crime, Rachel E. Vanlandingham Jan 2016

Criminally Disproportionate Warfare: Aggression As A Contextual War Crime, Rachel E. Vanlandingham

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

International law has long recognized the general principle that an illegal act cannot produce legal rights. Yet, this principle of ex injuria jus non oritur is seemingly ignored in the uneasy relationship between the two international legal regimes most associated with war. A head of State can, for example, violate international law regulating the resort to armed force by ordering his military forces to illegally invade another country, yet he, through his military forces, simultaneously and subsequently benefits on the battlefield from the application of the separate body of international law regulating the actual conduct of war. The paradoxical benefit …


State Actors, Humanitarian Intervention And International Law: Reopening Pandora's Box, H. Scott Fairley May 2015

State Actors, Humanitarian Intervention And International Law: Reopening Pandora's Box, H. Scott Fairley

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


First Do No Harm: Interpreting The Crime Of Aggression To Exclude Humanitarian Intervention, Joshua L. Root Jan 2013

First Do No Harm: Interpreting The Crime Of Aggression To Exclude Humanitarian Intervention, Joshua L. Root

University of Baltimore Journal of International Law

The yet to be implemented Article 8 bis of the Rome Statute criminalizes, as the crime of aggression, acts of aggression which by their “character, gravity and scale” constitute a “manifest violation” of the Charter of the United Nations. This article argues that Article 8 bis must be construed so as to exclude from the International Criminal Court’s jurisdiction uses of force, which are facial violations of the UN Charter, but which nonetheless comport with the principles and purposes of the Charter, such as bona fide humanitarian intervention unauthorized by the Security Council. This article examines and applies the Vienna …


All Those Like You: Identity Aggression And Student Speech , Ari Ezra Waldman Jun 2012

All Those Like You: Identity Aggression And Student Speech , Ari Ezra Waldman

Missouri Law Review

This Article answers two categories of questions, one social and another legal. The first series of questions is about the sociology of identity aggression and it seeks to determine whether there is a difference between, say, calling someone a "faggot" and calling someone a "dork." If there is a difference, to what extent is there empirical evidence that suggests that one is more harmful to the victim, to his community, and to his school? The legal problem flows directly from the relative harm posed by identity aggression: it is too simplistic to see the Court's student speech jurisprudence like a …


Bringing The Crime Of Aggression Within The Active Jurisdiction Of The Icc, Donald M. Ferencz Jan 2009

Bringing The Crime Of Aggression Within The Active Jurisdiction Of The Icc, Donald M. Ferencz

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


The Empty U.S. Chair: United States Nonparticipation In The Negotiations On The Definition Of Aggression, Garth Schofield Jan 2007

The Empty U.S. Chair: United States Nonparticipation In The Negotiations On The Definition Of Aggression, Garth Schofield

Human Rights Brief

No abstract provided.


Adolescent Sports Violence--When Prosecutors Play Referee. Making Criminals Out Of Child Athletes, But Are They The Real Culprits?, Jason R. Schuette Jul 2001

Adolescent Sports Violence--When Prosecutors Play Referee. Making Criminals Out Of Child Athletes, But Are They The Real Culprits?, Jason R. Schuette

Northern Illinois University Law Review

With increasing regularity, prosecutors across the United States are being asked to delineate a line between aggressive play and acts of violence that exceed an acceptable level. This includes the once docile province of youth sports. With that, this comment is devoted to violence in youth sports and the issues involved when criminal penalties are brought against child athletes. Part I analyzes the historical ideology behind the rise of youth sports programs in America; which consequently, is important in comprehending the ideals and beliefs that are intended to be fostered under the guise of youth sport. Part II discusses the …


War Crimes In The Persian Gulf, Howard Levie Feb 1998

War Crimes In The Persian Gulf, Howard Levie

International Law Studies

Also published in 1996 Saint Louis-Warsaw Transatlantic LawJournal 153


Taking Aim At Regime Elites: Assassination, Tyrannicide, And The Clancy Doctrine, Thomas C. Wingfield Jan 1998

Taking Aim At Regime Elites: Assassination, Tyrannicide, And The Clancy Doctrine, Thomas C. Wingfield

Maryland Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Taking Aim At Regime Elites - Foreword: Thinking Seriously About War And Peace, Robert F. Turner Jan 1998

Taking Aim At Regime Elites - Foreword: Thinking Seriously About War And Peace, Robert F. Turner

Maryland Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


International Law And The United States' Air Operation Against Libya, Christopher J. Greenwood Jun 1987

International Law And The United States' Air Operation Against Libya, Christopher J. Greenwood

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Aggression Against Authority: The Crime Of Oppression, Politicide And Other Crimes Against Human Rights, Jordan J. Paust Jan 1986

Aggression Against Authority: The Crime Of Oppression, Politicide And Other Crimes Against Human Rights, Jordan J. Paust

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


An Analytical Framework For International Criminal Law: Realism And Interest Alignment, Daniel H. Derby Jan 1985

An Analytical Framework For International Criminal Law: Realism And Interest Alignment, Daniel H. Derby

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Israeli Aerial Attack Of June 7, 1981 Upon The Iraqi Nuclear Reactor: Aggression Or Self-Defense?, W. Thomas Mallison, Sally V. Mallison Jan 1982

The Israeli Aerial Attack Of June 7, 1981 Upon The Iraqi Nuclear Reactor: Aggression Or Self-Defense?, W. Thomas Mallison, Sally V. Mallison

Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law

On June 7, 1981, the State of Israel conducted an aerial attack on the Iraqi nuclear reactor known as Tamuz I located near Baghdad. The attack was carried out by F15 and F16 aircraft supplied by the United States. The reactor was damaged severely and three Iraqi civilians and one French technician were killed. On June 8 Israel announced the attack and described it as an act of legitimate self-defense, claiming Iraq planned to construct nuclear weapons. On the same day the Republic of Iraq requested an urgent meeting of the United Nations Security Council to consider what it described …


Legal Aspects Of Counterinsurgency, J. F. Hogg Jan 1980

Legal Aspects Of Counterinsurgency, J. F. Hogg

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Forcible Self-Help In International Law, James J. Mchugh Jan 1980

Forcible Self-Help In International Law, James J. Mchugh

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Defining Aggression-United States Policy, Rodney V. Hansen Jan 1980

Defining Aggression-United States Policy, Rodney V. Hansen

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The Position Of Individuals In International Law, Herbert W. Briggs Jan 1980

The Position Of Individuals In International Law, Herbert W. Briggs

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Chapter V: The Right To The Maintenance Of International Peace, Security, And Self-Defense In Outer Space, Carl Q. Christol Jan 1962

Chapter V: The Right To The Maintenance Of International Peace, Security, And Self-Defense In Outer Space, Carl Q. Christol

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Random Thoughts On Marriage And Divorce, Samuel H. Silbert Jan 1955

Random Thoughts On Marriage And Divorce, Samuel H. Silbert

Cleveland State Law Review

Marriage and divorce give rise to our most perplexing legal difficulties. This is partly due to social considerations. A primary cause, however, can be found in the States' Rights Doctrine as a consequence of which there has been constant confusion and a lack of uniformity in our laws. Our various states differ on when people may marry; whom they may marry; the ages at which they may marry; the residence requirements for divorce and the grounds for divorce. Thus, despite the Full Faith and Credit Clause in the United States Constitution, the decrees obtained in one state are not necessarily …