Rabkin a Panelist in Hudson Institute Program on Laws of Armed Conflict

Professor Jeremy Rabkin took part in a 2-day conference entitled "Rethinking the Laws of Armed Conflict in An Age of Terrorism" hosted by the Hudson Institute and the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs on December 9 and 10 in Washington, D.C.

The focus of the conference was an examination of  the legal challenges confronted by nations as they attempt to reconcile traditional concepts of law, domestic and international, while simultaneously conducting counterterrorism campaigns. Panelists explored issues such as the experiences of the United States, Israel, and other countries in formulating responses to contemporary threats.

Rabkin joined a panel on the second day of the conference to discuss the topic Conflict, Law, and the Future, along with Azar Gat, Tel Aviv University; Yuval Shany, Hebrew University and Columbia Law School; and Christopher Ford, Hudson Institute. Moderator of the panel was Stuart Cohen, Bar Ilan University.

The Hudson Institute is a nonpartisan policy research organization whose stated mission is dedication to innovative research and analysis that promotes global security, prosperity, and freedom.

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