International Law

34 INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPANTS GRADUATE

May 5, 2016 was Graduation Day for 34 international officers and civilian officials who attended the DIILS Law of Armed Conflict and Human Rights (LCHR) course. The three-week seminar at Naval Station Newport, RI enabled these participants to ascertain how they, and their respective countries...

ACSS French Representative Discusses Successful Operations in Ivory Coast During Conference

Washington—Colonel Patrick de Vathaire, Senior French Representative at the Africa Center for Strategic Studies, spoke at the National Defense University on Dec. 1, 2011, about how his country successfully ran small military operations in Ivory Coast. His remarks were part of a...

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ADM Davidson spotlighted in 4th DKI Speaker Series

Admiral Philip S. Davidson, Commander ofU.S. Indo-Pacific Command, shared his thoughts on challenges and opportunities in the region during the Daniel K. Inouye Speaker Series held on Tuesday night at theDaniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. Event Images The hybrid...

AFRICOM LEGAL ENGAGEMENTS CHIEF VISITS DIILS MILITARY LAW DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Photo caption:​AFRICOM Legal Engagements Chief meets with MLDP participants from African countries. NEWPORT - U.S. Coast Guard Commander Michelle Bas, a Judge Advocate who leads the Engagements Division of the Office of Legal Counsel at United States Africa Command, observed participant...

AUKUS
AUKUS Is a Short-Term Mess but a Long-Term Win for Australia

Dr. Alexander Vuving has a new article in Foreign Policy magazine entitled “AUKUS Is a Short-Term Mess but a Long-Term Win for Australia.” The article discusses the impact of the Australian-UK-US pact on Australia. According to Vuving, although the immediate impact may have been...

Leinhos
Commander of Germany’s New Cyber Command: ‘Facing the Digital Future Together’

By Dr. Felicia Englmann Bundeswehr Bavaria GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, GERMANY (Dec. 28, 2017) – “Digitalization is a game changer,” said Bundeswehr Lt. Gen. Ludwig Leinhos, commander and chief of Germany’s newly founded Cyber and Information Domain Service, to 98 participants from 51...

Czech Republic’s Newly Formed Anti-Terrorism Center has Two DIILS Seminars

The Office of Defense Cooperation – Prague, Czech Republic and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Training Center requested DIILS coordinate and conduct a joint multi-phased program with the FBI’s intelligence personnel on the Legal Aspects of Intelligence Analysis. DIILS provided the...

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DIILS 15th INTERNATIONAL LAW OF MILITARY OPERATIONS COURSE PREPARES OPERATIONAL LEGAL ADVISORS

NEWPORT -- 28 international participants from DIILS joined U.S. judge advocates attending the Naval Justice School for resident course focused on international operational law. The DIILS International Law of Military Operations (ILOMO) course prepares military legal advisors to support...

DIILS and Estonia Team
DIILS AND ESTONIAN MINISTRY OF DEFENSE ENGAGE ON OPERATIONAL LAW ISSUES

Tallinn – A team from DIILS, including representatives from NATO Office of Legal Affairs and the US Navy Office of the Judge Advocate General engaged with members of the Estonian Ministry of Defense on a range of operational law issues, including weapons review protocols, operational planning...

DIILS and JUSMAG Thailand Present Seminar on "Military Operations Other Than War" in Bangkok

DIILS presented a week-long seminar on "Military Operations Other Than War" in Bangkok. The participants included military officers, prosecutors, attorneys, and judges. The Judge Advocate General of the Thai Army made opening and closing remarks for the seminar. The U.S. team USMC, and USAF,...

Lebanese Delegation
DIILS AND LEBANESE ARMED FORCES CONDUCT EXCHANGE ON PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION

NEWPORT -- A delegation from Lebanon visited the United States to learn about professional military education of American soldiers on the Law of Armed Conflict and International Human Rights Law. The delegation, headed by the Director of International Humanitarian Law of the Lebanese Armed...

DIILS Completes 15th Military Law Development Program Spring 2006 - With Six Countries

DIILS has successfully completed its 15th Military Law Development Program held in Newport, Rhode Island (10 April - 30 June 2006). Ten participants from six countries including Afghanistan, Albania, Georgia, Indonesia, Latvia, and Romania were in attendance.Course participants attended...

DIILS Conducts First Mobile Program with Uruguay - Included an Australian Army Attorney

DIILS recently completed a highly successful mobile program for members of the armed services of Uruguay. The DIILS seminar addressed concerns of the multiple legal issues involved conducting different types of military operations.In cooperation with the Australian Army, the DIILS team...

DIILS Conducts First Seminar with Guinea Bissau - Legal Issues in the Development of a Professional Military

DIILS recently conducted its first seminar in Guinea Bissau. The seminar was the result of a July 2007 assessment by members of the DIILS staff meeting with civilian and military officials. The program entitled "Legal Issues in the Development of a Professional Military", was presented for...

DIILS Conducts High Level Anti-Corruption Conference in Baghdad

Representatives of the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DIILS), CAPT Lance Gordon, USN; LtCol Paul McConnell, USMC; and Maj Christian Ruwe, USMC; conducted a Combating Corruption and Terrorism Conference 17-21 May 2009 at Phoenix Base in Baghdad, Iraq. Augmenting the DIILS’...

DIILS CONDUCTS HR/IHL SEMINAR IN KENYA

DIILS conducted a seminar on human rights and international humanitarian law in Nairobi, Kenya. The 1206 seminar, mandated by U.S. law, focused on emerging issues involving the law of armed conflict and the responsibilities of nations and military commanders in the prevention,...

DIILS CONDUCTS MILITARY JUSTICE WORKSHOP WITH INDONESIA

JAKARTA -- In July, 2016, DIILS partnered with the Indonesian Ministry of Defense Legal Bureau to conduct a four-day workshop on Comparative Military Criminal Law & Structure. 41 Indonesian military lawyers attended the workshop, which included presentations by Indonesian and U.S. military...

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DIILS CONDUCTS RESIDENT COURSE ON INTERNATIONAL LAW OF MILITARY OPERATIONS

NEWPORT -- 30 international participants from DIILS joined U.S. judge advocates attending the Naval Justice School for resident course focused on international operational law. The DIILS International Law of Military Operations (ILOMO) course prepares military legal advisors to support...

DIILS Continued a Successful Relationship with Romania During Two Seminars Held in Bucharest and Brasov

DIILS continued a successful relationship with Romania during two seminars held in Bucharest and USMC, DIILS Program Manager for Romania, led a team consisting of USAF; JAGC, USN; and Army National Guard, for two weeks of seminars that focused on the Legal Aspects of Air Operations and the...

DIILS CONTINUES PARTNERSHIP WITH CONGOLESE ON RULE OF LAW

KINSHASA – A graduation ceremony for 56 members of the Congolese armed forces(FARDC) served as the most recent reminder of DIILS long-standing military justiceengagement program with the FARDC.  This successful partnership involved a DIILSteam of Navy Reservists and Congolese...

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