Tallinn Manual 2.0 symposium hosted by the Texas Law Review, in cooperation with the Lieber Institute - February 2017
Tallinn Manual 2.0 on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Operations (Cambridge University Press, 2017) (Michael Schmitt, Project Director).
Articles and Chapters
Michael Schmitt & David Goddard, International Law and the Military Use of Unmanned Maritime Systems, 98(2) International Review of the Red Cross 567-592 (2017).
Michael Schmitt & Christopher Ford, Assessing U.S. Justifications for Using Force in Response to Syria's Attacks: An International Law Perspective, 9 Journal of National Security Law and Policy 283-303 (2017).
Michael Schmit et. al, Joint and Combined Targeting: System and Process, in Weighing Lives in War 298-324 (Jens Ohlin, Larry May & Claire Finkelstein eds., Oxford University Press, 2017).
Michael Schmitt & Liis Vihul, Respect for Sovereignty in Cyberspace, 95 Texas Law Review 1639-1670 (2017).
Robert Barnsby & Shane Reeves, Give Them an Inch, They'll Take a Terabyte: How States May Interpret Tallinn Manual 2.0's International Human Rights Law Chapter, 95 Texas Law Review 1515-1529 (2017).
Michael Schmitt & Liis Vihul, Sovereignty in Cyberspace: Lex Lata Vel Non?, 111 American Journal of International Law Unbound 213-218 (2017).
David Wallace, Amy McCarthy & Shane Reeves, Trying to Make Sense of the Senseless: Classifying the Syrian War under the Law of Armed Conflict, 25 Michigan State International Law Review 556-594 (2017).
Michael Schmitt, Peacetime Cyber Responses and Wartime Cyber Operations under International Law: An Analytical Vade Mecum, 8 Harvard National Security Journal 239-282 (2017).
Michael Schmitt, Grey Zones in the International Law of Cyberspace, 42:2 Yale Journal of International Law Online 1-21 (2017).
Matthew Milikowsky, "There are no Enemies after Victory": The Laws Against Killing the Wounded, 47 Georgetown Journal of International Law 1221-1269 (2017).
Shane Reeves & Michael Schmitt, An Athens and Sparta Alliance: A Call for Collaboration Between Academics and Practitioners on the Law Governing Armed Conflict, Just Security (Mar. 28, 2018)
Shane Reeves & Robert Lawless, Is There an International Legal Basis for the 'Bloody Nose' Strategy?, Lawfare (Jan. 19, 2018).
Michael Schmitt & Sean Fahey, WannaCry and the International Law of Cyberspace, Just Security (Dec. 22, 2017).
Shane Reeves & Ron Alcala, Federal Court Vacancies are a Crisis. Military Judges are the Solution, Foreign Policy (Dec. 21, 2017).
Michael Schmitt & Aurel Sari, Is it Lawful to Destroy the Enemy? Some Thoughts on the Current British Debate, Lawfire (Dec. 21, 2017).
Michael Schmitt & Robert McLaughlin, The Need for Clarity in International Cyber Law, APPS Policy Forum (Sep. 18, 2017).
Shane Reeves & Ward Narramore, The UNHRC Commission of Inquiry on Syria Misapplies the Law of Armed Conflict, Lawfare (Sep. 15, 2017).
Michael Schmitt & Tim Maurer, Protecting Financial Data in Cyberspace: Precedent for Further Progress on Cyber Norms?, Just Security (Aug. 24, 2017).
Jeffrey Biller & Michael Schmitt, The NotPetya Cyber Operation as a Case Study of International Law, EJIL: Talk! (Jul. 11, 2017).
Michael Schmitt & Liis Vihul, International Cyber Law Politicized: The UN GGE’s Failure to Advance Cyber Norms, Just Security (June 30, 2017).
Geoffrey Corn, Combined Arms Maneuver Operations and LOAC Implementation: A View from the Golan, Lawfare (May 2, 2017).
Peter Barker & Michael Schmitt, “The Mother of All Bombs”: Understanding the Massive Ordnance Air Blast Weapon, Just Security (April 15, 2017) (with Peter Barker).
Michael Schmitt & Christopher Ford, The Use of Force in Response to Syrian Chemical Attacks: Emergence of a New Norm?, Just Security (April 8, 2017).
Michael Schmitt, Tallinn Manual 2.0 on the International Law of Cyber Operations: What it is and Isn’t, Just Security (February 9, 2017).