The Research Unit on Military Law and Ethics at the Adelaide Law School (RUMLAE) has been established to examine legal and policy issues relevant to military and security matters with a particular focus on ethical aspects relevant to the use of force.
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Culture is a crucial part of a society’s identity and history. Under international humanitarian law, cultural property is to be protected and respected during times of war. In contemporary conflict, non-state actors (in particular) have purposely targeted and destroyed cultural property of a defeated people in order to undermine the sense of cultural identity. This […]
RUMLAE Director, Professor Dale Stephens participated in a podcast that was hosted by the International Committee of the Red Cross on the issue of the growing militarization of Outer Space and the application of International Humanitarian Law to regulate potential armed conflict. Professor Stephens is joined by Professor Peter Hays of George Washington University and […]