Prof. Schmitt and LTC Ford, Assessing US Justifications for Using Force in Response to Syria's Chemical Attacks: An International Law Perspective, 9 Journal of National Security Law and Policy 2 (2017).

Prof. Schmitt, Grey Zones in the International Law of Cyberspace, 42 Yale Journal of International Law 2 (2017).

CDR Fahey, Russian Warships in Latvian EEZ: Confrontational, not Unlawful, Center for International Maritime Security, 15 May 2017.

LTC Chris Ford, Syria: A Case Study in International Law, 85 University of Cincinnati Law Review 185 (2017).

Tallinn Manual 2.0 on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Operations (Cambridge University Press, 2017) (Project Director).


Prof. Schmitt with Sean Watts, Beyond State Centrism: International Law and Non-State Actors in Cyberspace, 21:3 Journal of Conflict and Security Law 1-17 (2016).


Prof. Schmitt with Sasha Radin, Investigations under International Humanitarian Law, in Handbook of the Law of Armed Conflict 556-71 (Rain Liivoja & Tim McCormack eds., Routledge 2016).


Prof. Schmitt with Liis Vihul, The Emergence of Legal Norms for Cyber Conflict, in Binary Bullets: The Ethics of Cyberwarfare 13-55 (Fritz Allhoff et. al., Oxford University Press, 2016).


Prof. Schmitt with Liis Vihul, The Nature of International Law Cyber Norms, in International Law Cyber Norms:  Legal, Policy and Industry Perspectives 23-47 (Anna-Maria Osula & Henry Roigas eds., CCD COE, 2016).


Prof. Schmitt, Air Law and Military Operations, in The Handbook of the Law of Military Operations 354-374 (Terry Gill & Dieter Fleck eds., 2d ed., Oxford University Press, 2016).


Prof. Schmitt, Targeting in Operational Law, in The Handbook of the Law of Military Operations 269-306 (Terry Gill & Dieter Fleck eds., 2d ed., Oxford University Press, 2016).


Prof. Schmitt, US Transparency Regarding International Law in Cyberspace, Just Security (November 15, 2016).

Prof. James Kraska and CDR Sean Fahey prepared written testimony for the UK House of Commons, Defence Sub-Committee, Defence in the Arctic Inquiry.

LTC Chris Ford: Published a chapter in a recently released book entitled "Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems:  Technology, Definition, Ethics, Law & Security."  The volume, edited by Robin Geiss and published by the German Foreign Office, collects expert opinions delivered to the United Nations Expert Meeting on Autonomous Weapons 11-15 April 2016.

CDR Sean Fahey: I
nterviewed by the Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC) on the topic: Arctic Security and Legal Issues in the 21st Century. The piece was posted on the CIMSEC website.

LTC Ford - Operational Law in Practice

LTC Ford - Technology and Autonomy in Warfare: A Consideration of the Issue by the US Defense Science Review Board

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