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  • 1:26:51 ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Unmanned Systems/Unmanned Vehicles | Part 2 of 2

    ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Unmanned Systems/Unmanned Vehicles | Part 2 of 2

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    International Law Conference, U.S. Naval War CollegeJune 22-24, 2010Panel discussion on "The Changing Character of Weapon Systems: Unmanned Systems/Unmanned Vehicles" (Part 2 of 2)Moderator:- Professor John F. Murphy, Villanova University School of LawPan

  • 1:01:36 ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Unmanned Systems/Unmanned Vehicles | Part 1 of 2

    ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Unmanned Systems/Unmanned Vehicles | Part 1 of 2

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    International Law Conference, U.S. Naval War CollegeJune 22-24, 2010Panel discussion on "The Changing Character of Weapon Systems: Unmanned Systems/Unmanned Vehicles" (Part 1 of 2)Moderator:- Professor John F. Murphy, Villanova University School of LawPan

  • 1:27:41 ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: The Use of Force in Cyberspace | Part 2 of 2

    ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: The Use of Force in Cyberspace | Part 2 of 2

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    International Law Conference, U.S. Naval War CollegeJune 22-24, 2010Panel discussion on The Changing Character of the Battlefield: The Use of Force in Cyberspace (Part 2 of 2)Moderator:- Captain Stacy A. Pedrozo, JAGC, USN, Naval Justice SchoolPanelists:-

  • 59:30 ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: The Use of Force in Cyberspace | Part 1 of 2

    ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: The Use of Force in Cyberspace | Part 1 of 2

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    International Law Conference, U.S. Naval War CollegeJune 22-24, 2010Panel discussion on The Changing Character of the Battlefield: The Use of Force in Cyberspace (Part 1 of 2)Moderator:- Captain Stacy A. Pedrozo, JAGC, USN, Naval Justice SchoolPanelists:-

  • 57:52 ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Civilianization of War-Fighting... | Part 2 of 2

    ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Civilianization of War-Fighting... | Part 2 of 2

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    International Law Conference, U.S. Naval War CollegeJune 22-24, 2010Panel discussion on The Changing Character of the Participants in War: Civilianization of War-Fighting and the Concept of "Direct Participation in Hostilities" (Part 2 of 2)Moderator:- Pr

  • 1:34:14 ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Civilianization of War-Fighting... | Part 1 of 2

    ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Civilianization of War-Fighting... | Part 1 of 2

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    International Law Conference, U.S. Naval War CollegeJune 22-24, 2010Panel discussion on The Changing Character of the Participants in War: Civilianization of War-Fighting and the Concept of "Direct Participation in Hostilities" (Part 1 of 2)Moderator:- Pr

  • 1:18:21 ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Lawfare in Asymmetrical Conflicts | Part 1 of 2

    ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Lawfare in Asymmetrical Conflicts | Part 1 of 2

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    International Law Conference, U.S. Naval War CollegeJune 22-24, 2010Panel discussion on The Changing character of Tactics: Lawfare in Asymmetrical Conflicts (Part 1 of 2)Moderator:- Mr. David E. Graham, Executive Director, The Judge Advocate General's Leg

  • 1:18:56 ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Lawfare in Asymmetrical Conflicts | Part 2 of 2

    ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Lawfare in Asymmetrical Conflicts | Part 2 of 2

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    International Law Conference, U.S. Naval War CollegeJune 22-24, 2010Panel discussion on The Changing character of Tactics: Lawfare in Asymmetrical Conflicts (Part 2 of 2)Moderator:- Mr. David E. Graham, Executive Director, The Judge Advocate General's Leg

  • 1:15:58 ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Rule Set, Investigation, and Enforcement... | Part 1 of 2

    ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Rule Set, Investigation, and Enforcement... | Part 1 of 2

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    International Law Conference, U.S. Naval War CollegeJune 22-24, 2010Panel discussion on The Changing Character of International Legal Scrutiny: Rule Set, Investigation, and Enforcement in Asymmetrical Conflicts (Part 1 of 2)Moderator:- Captain Rob McLaugh

  • 52:45 ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Rule Set, Investigation, and Enforcement... | Part 2 of 2

    ILD 2010 | Panel Discussion: Rule Set, Investigation, and Enforcement... | Part 2 of 2

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    Panel discussion on The Changing Character of International Legal Scrutiny: Rule Set, Investigation, and Enforcement in Asymmetrical Conflicts (Part 2 of 2)Moderator:- Captain Rob McLaughlin, Royal Australian Navy, Directorate of Operations and Internatio

  • 27:25 ILD 2010 | Opening Remarks

    ILD 2010 | Opening Remarks

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    International Law Conference, U.S. Naval War CollegeJune 22-24, 2010Welcoming Remarks and Opening Address-Professor Dennis L. Mandsager, Chairman, International Law Department, Naval War College-Professor Derek P. Jinks, Charles H. Stockton Professor of I

  • 46:53 ILD 2010 | Closing Address

    ILD 2010 | Closing Address

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    International Law Conference, U.S. Naval War CollegeJune 22-24, 2010Closing Address-Professor Yoram Dinstein, Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University(Video courtesy of the International Law Department)*****Disclaimer: The views expressed are the speakers'

  • 46:07 ILD 2010 | Robert Chesney: The Emerging Law of Detention

    ILD 2010 | Robert Chesney: The Emerging Law of Detention

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    International Law Conference, U.S. Naval War CollegeJune 22-24, 2010Luncheon AddressThe Emerging Law of Detention: The Guantánamo Habeas Cases as Lawmaking-Professor Robert M. Chesney, Charles I. Francis Professor in Law, The University of Texas School of

  • 1:20:56 Milestones in International Criminal Justice

    Milestones in International Criminal Justice

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    This event, in association with Doughty Street Chambers, is the first in a series which will assess the latest developments at the international and internationalised courts and tribunals. The event will consider recent issues in the ICC, the ad hoc Tribu

  • 1:06:32 Teaching Patriotism

    Teaching Patriotism

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    Martha Nussbaum, professor of Law and Ethics at the University of Chicago's Philosophy Department, Law School, and Divinity School, discusses her ideas in teaching a type of patriotism in schools that is rooted in good values, protective of conscience, an

  • 51:59 "Origins of the War Crimes Tribunals" - David Scheffer

    "Origins of the War Crimes Tribunals" - David Scheffer

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    David Scheffer was tasked with spearheading the historic mission to create a war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia within days of Madeleine Albright's confirmation as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations in 1993. As senior adviser to Albright and

  • 1:00:36 "Constructive Complementarity: A Domestic  Solution to International Crimes"

    "Constructive Complementarity: A Domestic Solution to International Crimes"

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    "Moving Forward:The Future of the ICC in Light of Recent Developments"Emory International Law Review's 2013 Symposium Feb. 26, 2013Nirej Sekhon, Georgia State University College of LawC.K. Hoffler, Edmond & Lindsay Attorneys at LawJohn Washburn, Ameri

  • 50:44 "The International Criminal Court:  A Policy Prognosis for U.S. Cooperation"

    "The International Criminal Court: A Policy Prognosis for U.S. Cooperation"

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    "Moving Forward:The Future of the ICC in Light of Recent Developments"Emory International Law Review's 2013 Symposium Feb. 26, 2013Closing Talk by Michael Newton, Vanderbilt University School of Law

  • 23:23 Jeremy Rabkin: Palestinian Status and the International Criminal Court

    Jeremy Rabkin: Palestinian Status and the International Criminal Court

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    National Security Group Lunch on Capitol Hill, sponsored by the Center for Security Policy.Prof. Jeremy Rabkin, Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law Topic: The Palestinian Status Vote and the International Criminal Court: Implications f

  • 20:51 Jeremy Rabkin: America at the International Criminal Court

    Jeremy Rabkin: America at the International Criminal Court

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    Prof. Jeremy Rabkin of the George Mason University School of Law addresses the Center for Security Policy's National Security Group on Capitol Hill. The topic is the International Criminal Court. The Obama Administration has indicated it intends to partic

  • 1:19:58 The International Criminal Court and the Crime of Aggression - Panel 1

    The International Criminal Court and the Crime of Aggression - Panel 1

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    September 26, 2008War Crimes Research Symposium presented by the Frederick K. Cox International Law CenterPanel I Substantive Elements of the Crime of Aggression and Contemporary Case StudiesModerator: Christopher Rassi, Thompson Hine, D.C., Prof. William

  • 1:19:21 The International Criminal Court and the Crime of Aggression - Panel 2

    The International Criminal Court and the Crime of Aggression - Panel 2

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    September 26, 2008War Crimes Research Symposium presented by the Frederick K. Cox International Law CenterPanel 2 - Drawing the Line: Humanitarian Intervention, Actions to Combat Terrorism, and the Crime of AggressionModerator: Captain Keith Petty, Office

  • 1:16:07 The International Criminal Court and the Crime of Aggression - Panel 3

    The International Criminal Court and the Crime of Aggression - Panel 3

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    September 26, 2008War Crimes Research Symposium presented by the Frederick K. Cox International Law CenterPanel 3 Jurisdictional Issues and Trigger MechanismModerator: Mark Ellis, Executive Director, International Bar Association, Prof. David Scheffer, No

  • 1:30:29 The International Criminal Court and the Crime of Aggression - Panel 4

    The International Criminal Court and the Crime of Aggression - Panel 4

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    September 26, 2008War Crimes Research Symposium presented by the Frederick K. Cox International Law CenterPanel 4 A Roundtable Discussion about the Process by which Aggression is Included in the Statute and its Effect on Non-Party StatesModerator: Don Fer

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