An empty spectacle? On the order of deliberations in the Meeting of the High Contract...
Alexander Holder In recent years I have been fortunate enough to spend a considerable amount of time observing the interactions that take place at some of the United Nation’s major deliberative forums. Last month, I spent several days observing the... Read more
Struggling for meaning at the CCW
Maya Brehm The High Contracting Parties to the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW) and other stakeholders met last week in Geneva for their annual exchange of views. States parties’ exalted aims are to prevent civilian harm and unnecessary suffering... Read more
An urgent priority for humanity: lethal autonomous weapons systems must be prohibited
Article 36 remarks to the CCW debate on lethal autonomous weapons systems 13 November 2015 Delivered by Thomas Nash Thank you Mr Chairperson, Overall we feel it is clear from the debate this morning and yesterday that lethal autonomous weapons systems... Read more