JIB/JAB Podcast

JIB/JAB Podcast

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A podcast about the various legal regimes that go…


JIB/JAB - Episode 9: Oona Hathaway on War Powers, and Rethinking the Scope of National Security
Oct 11 • 75 min
A conversation with Prof. Oona Hathaway of Yale Law School on the theory and practice of the domestic law constraints on the use of force, including the different ways in which the War Powers Resolution in the U.S. could and should be amended, the…
JIB/JAB - Episode 8: Craig Forcese on the Caroline Incident
Sep 27 • 66 min
A conversation with Prof. Craig Forcese of the University of Ottawa on his book “Destroying the Caroline,” in which we discuss the history of the Caroline Incident, how and why it influenced the development of the doctrine of self-defense, what that says…
JIB/JAB - Episode 7: Alonso Gurmendi Dunkelberg on Latin American Approaches to the Laws of War
Sep 14 • 57 min
A conversation with Prof. Alonso Gurmendi Dunkelberg of Universidad del Pacifico, on Latin American approaches to jus ad bellum and non-intervention - ranging from the origins and development of Latin American thinking in the 19th Century, through the…
JIB/JAB - Episode 6: Monica Hakimi on the Informal Regulation of Jus ad Bellum
Aug 29 • 60 min
A conversation with Prof. Monica Hakimi of the University of Michigan Law School, on how the U.N. Security Council’s tacit support for state use of force that would otherwise be unlawful, should be understood as being an “informal regulation” that…
JIB/JAB - Episode 5: Eric Talbot Jensen on Autonomous Weapons Systems
Aug 11 • 55 min
A conversation with Prof. Eric Talbot Jensen of Brigham Young University Law School - Jensen argues that the law of armed conflict does not require human judgment in making targeting decisions, and thus fully autonomous weapons are not per se unlawful,…
JIB/JAB - Episode 4 - Ashley Deeks on AI and the Laws of War
Jul 30 • 66 min
A conversation with Prof. Ashley Deeks of the University of Virginia School of Law - Deeks explains how AI and machine learning may implicate the laws of war, from assisting states in decisions on the use of force and self-defense, to increasing…
JIB/JAB - Episode 3 - Adil Haque on Aggression and Self-Defense
Jul 12 • 63 min
A conversation with Prof. Adil Haque of Rutgers Law School - Haque explains how a review of the negotiating history for the UN Charter suggests a relationship among the prohibition on the use of force, self-defense, and acts of aggression, that is quite…
JIB/JAB - Episode 2 - Kevin Jon Heller on Humanitarian Intervention
Jul 10 • 54 min
A conversation with Prof. Kevin Heller of the University of Copenhagen about unilateral humanitarian intervention - Heller argues that it is not only unlawful, and should remain so, but that it may actually constitute an act of aggression as defined under…
JIB/JAB - Episode 1: Introduction by Craig Martin
Jul 10 • 34 min
Craig Martin, the host of the podcast, explains the objectives, scope, and format of this podcast series, and then goes on to provide a brief overview of the main legal regimes that comprise the “laws of war,” principally the jus ad bellum and the jus in…