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UK should review policy on depleted uranium

October 30, 2012  No comments
UK should review policy on depleted uranium

New report by Campaign Against Depleted Uranium (CADU) A new report by the Campaign Against Depleted Uranium (CADU “Managing acceptability: UK policy on depleted uranium weapons” shows that the UK’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) has deliberately downplayed the hazards of... Read more

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Drone strikes raise fundamental concerns for humanitarian protection

June 20, 2012  No comments
Drone strikes raise fundamental concerns for humanitarian protection

Drone strikes raise fundamental concerns for humanitarian protection In advance of the United Nations Human Rights Council debate in Geneva on 20 June, Christof Heyns, the UN Special Rapporteur for Extrajudicial, Summary or Arbitrary Executions issued a report highlighting concerns with... Read more

State use of explosive weapons: an indicator of crisis

February 21, 2012  1 comment
State use of explosive weapons: an indicator of crisis

Article 36 has issued a short paper suggesting that the transition to the use of explosive weapons by a state amongst its own population should be recognised as an indicator of crisis developing. The paper, by Richard Moyes, Managing Partner... Read more

Explosive violence in areas of civilian concentration

October 31, 2008  No comments
Explosive violence in areas of civilian concentration

A pdf of the text below is available here: Explosive violence in areas of civilian concentration-presentation-28 Nov 08 Richard Moyes Policy & Research Director, Landmine Action 28 October 2008 Presentation at the meeting: “Cities are not targets!” towards a prohibition... Read more

Civilian casualties in Afghanistan – intent an...

July 13, 2008

Civilian casualties in Afghanistan – intent an...

July 12, 2008

Two hypotheses

July 12, 2008