FRIDAY 22 MAY, 1pm - 2pm (AEST)
Simon McKenzie (University of Queensland)
The problem of persistent surveillance: the use of un-crewed maritime vehicles for surveillance in the EEZ
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FRIDAY 29 MAY, 1pm - 2pm (AEST)
Susan Harris-Rimmer (Griffith University)
Should We War Against War? The Women’s Peace Army and the Promise of International Law to Achieve a Feminist Peace
FRIDAY 12 JUNE, 1pm - 2pm (AEST)
Shiri Krebs (Deakin University)
Fact and Fiction in Technology-Driven Military Decision-Making: Evidence from the US, Australia, and Israel
FRIDAY 19 JUNE, 1pm - 2pm (AEST)
Rebecca Barber (University of Queensland)
How Necessary is Security Council Authorisation for Humanitarian Assistance, in the Absence of Consent by the Host State?
FRIDAY 26 JUNE, 1pm - 2pm (AEST)
Anna-Marie Brennan (Waikato University)
The Dispensable Lives of Military-Working Dogs on the Battlefield: The Quagmire of their Legal Status under International Humanitarian Law
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FRIDAY 17 JULY, 1pm - 2pm (AEST)
Ntina Tzouvala (University of Melbourne)
The ‘Unwilling or Unable’ Doctrine and the Persisting Inequalities of International Legal Argumentation
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