Workshop on the Resort to Force by Australia and the United States

Date & time

10am–4pm Monday 4 November 2019

Venue

Harvard Law School

Contact

Presented by Harvard Law School Program on International Law (HLS PILAC)

Workshop
Marines fire an M777 howitzer at Mount Bundey Training Area, Australia, Aug. 27, 2019, during Koolendong, an exercise focused on interoperability between U.S. and Australian troops

On November 4, 2019, the Harvard Law School Program on International Law (HLS PILAC) and the Centre for Military and Security Law at the Australian National University College of Law (ANU CMSL) will jointly convene a workshop at Harvard Law School. Scholars and practitioners will discuss certain international legal aspects concerning the resort to force by Australia and the United States in relation to six contexts/situations: Vietnam, Iraq 1991, Afghanistan 2001, Iraq 2003, ISIS, and Combined Maritime Forces.

Image credit: Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Nicholas Filca (“Marines fire an M777 howitzer at Mount Bundey Training Area, Australia, Aug. 27, 2019, during Koolendong, an exercise focused on interoperability between U.S. and Australian troops.”).

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