The ‘Unmanned’ Conflict in Pakistan – By Neha Ansari

Is Pakistan undergoing an armed conflict as defined by International Humanitarian Law and are the CIA-operated drone attacks in compliance with the legal regime?

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula through the Framework of International Humanitarian Law – by Simon Henderson

While Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has garnered significant media attention,its role in the Middle East raises legal issues that are not currently being explored. With AQAP having presences in Saudi Arabia and Yemen, questions arise as to which legal frameworks can be utilized: international humanitarian law, human rights law, or criminal law. This paper will discuss some of […]