Schmitt Delivers Distinguished Professorial Address
Professor Mike Schmitt, Stockton Professor and Chair of the International Law Department, delivered the Distinguished Professorial Address at the University of the West of England on February 28, 2014. His comments focused on the future of the law of armed conflict in cyberspace and were based upon his recent publication in the Stanford Law and Policy Review, "The Law of Cyber Conflict: Quo Vadis?"
Unlawful Chinese Creeping in the South China Sea
Professor Pete Pedrozo examines the legality of recent Chinese attempts to change the status quo in the South China Sea in the latest International Law Studies article.
The Law of Targeting Terrorists
Professor Mike Schmitt, Stockton Professor and Chair of the International Law Department, examines the law of extraterritorial targeting in the Columbia Journal of Transnational Law
Pushing Back on China's Claims in the South China Sea
Professor Raul "Pete" Pedrozo responds to a proposal that he asserts would only appease "creeping Chinese de facto control" of the South China Sea.
Prof. Mike Schmitt, Stockton Professor and Chair of the International Law Department, partners with Commander Andru Walls, USN, to examine the law surrounding unconventional statecraft, a term used by the authors to more accurately describe what is commonly know as unconventional warfare, in a forthcoming article in the Harvard National Security Journal.
Should the U.S. Abandon its Stand on the Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights?
Professor Beth Van Schaack, Visiting Scholar at the Center on International Law & Security, Stanford University, argues for a more nuanced U.S. approach to Human Rights in the most recent International Law Studies article.