Ukraine Series: The Laws of War Revisited with Judge James Baker


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The scale of Russia's criminal conduct in Ukraine is astounding. Since Russia invaded Ukraine almost one year ago, Ukrainian authorities have opened over 50,000 investigations into alleged war crimes committed by Russia. As we approach the one year anniversary of the invasion, we welcome back Judge James Baker to revisit the laws and treaties that apply to Russia and this conflict. Hon. James E Baker is Director of the Institute for Security Policy and Law at Syracuse University: References: Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts: The Geneva Conventions: The North Atlantic Treaty, Articles 5 & 11: The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: United Nations General Assembly, Article 18: National Security Act of 1947: James E. Baker, “Obedience to Orders, Lawful Orders, and the Military’s Constitutional Compact.” Just Security. November 2, 2020: “Biden calls Putin a war criminal.” NPR. March 16, 2022: “U.S must harden its cybersecurity defenses, experts say.” ABA Press and ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security. Feb. 2022: “Statement of ABA President Reginald Turner Re: Invasion of Ukraine.” ABA. March 2, 2022z: The Nuremberg Principles: Title 18 U.S. Code 2441, War Crimes: Executive Order 901: Executive Order 12333: Department of Defense Law of War Manual:

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