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Japan’s New Cybersecurity Strategy

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by Duncan Hollis The tendency in the United States is to think about cyberthreats exclusively in terms of US interests (a tendency I’ve certainly followed on more than one occasion).  Hence, the extended attention to questions of whether and how Congress should regulate cybersecurity.  But, of course, cyberspace — and cyberthreats — are global.  Every [...]

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What if Everyone Thought Congress Could Expand its Powers in Implementing Treaties?

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by Duncan Hollis Things are starting to heat up around the pending U.S. Supreme Court case Bond v. United States, which will test the scope of Congress’s power to implement U.S. treaties.  The case is a big one — challenging as it does the holding of the most famous of U.S. foreign affairs law cases — [...]

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Ratify the VCLTIO Now!

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by Duncan Hollis There’s lots of serious international and national security talk to be had today following yesterday’s NDU address by President Obama.  But, as part of my continuing quest to track international law in popular culture, I offer readers a bit of Friday afternoon levity: 9 Photos of Jennifer Lawrence that will make you [...]

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HILJ Symposium: Consent to the Use of Force, Jus Cogens, and Manifest Violations of Domestic Law

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by Duncan Hollis This post is part of the Harvard International Law Journal Volume 54(1) symposium. Other posts from this series can be found in the related posts below. In my previous response to Ashley Deeks’ article, “Consent to the Use of Force and the Supremacy of International Law,” I examined some of the practical, [...]

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