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Purpose: To provide an understanding of the international law that governs when it is legitimate to begin war, what counts as war for those purposes, and what counts as neutrality (and breaches of neutrality). The jus ad bellum is governed primarily by the United Nations Charter and customary international law. EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST

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  1. 3 Show/Hide More Department of Defense, An Assessment of International Legal Issues in Information Operations, 1999
    An early and influential DOD analysis that is one of the most comprehensive public documents on DOD thinking about these issues.
  2. 4 Show/Hide More Michael N. Schmitt, Computer Network Attack and the Use of Force in International Law: Thoughts on a Normative Framework, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 37:885-937, 1999
    This journal article is an important and influential early conceptual analysis on the acceptability under the jus ad bellum of computer network attack.
  3. 5 Show/Hide More Matthew C. Waxman, Cyber Attacks and the Use of Force, Back to the Future of Article 2(4), The Yale Journal of International Law 36, 2011
    This article provides an analysis of the conceptual puzzles of applying jus ad bellum to the cyber domain, as well as an analysis of strategic issues raised by legal considerations.
  4. 6 Show/Hide More Michael N. Schmitt, Cyber Operations and the Jus ad Bellum Revisited, Villanova Law Review 56, 2011
    In this piece the author revisits his prominent analysis of jus ad bellum twelve years later.
  5. 7 Show/Hide More Department of Defense Cyberspace Policy Report, 2011
    A report from the DoD on its attitude toward foreign cyber threats, including the circumstances under which a cyber attack will warrant a military response.
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May 21, 2013

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Jack Goldsmith and a Berkman Center Cybersecurity Team

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