Why the ICRC should think twice about its work on urban violence

By Miriam Bradley – The ICRC’s work on urban violence has led to significant and surprising shifts in its humanitarian boundaries—shifts that may damage its ability to carry out its core mandate.

Lethal autonomous weapons, war crimes, and the Convention on Conventional Weapons

By Marta Bo and Taylor Woodcock – States are yet to seriously consider individual criminal responsibility for war crimes committed with LAWS. Here’s why they should.