International humanitarian law and weapons law scholar Dr William Boothby will teach Cyber Warfare Law as a postgraduate elective at ANU College of Law.
A new book co-edited by Associate Professor David Letts AM CSM and Professor Donald Rothwell FAAL presents a holistic picture of maritime issues affecting South East Asia.
ANU international law expert Professor Donald Rothwell has co-written a new book examining the legal authority of ASEAN as a security institution.
ANU international law expert Professor Donald Rothwell explains why it's unlikely future extradition requests for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be resolved soon.
David Letts and Kevin Jon Heller
Associate Professor David Letts visits Universidad Mayor
Centre for Military and Security Law
There seems to be an increased likelihood of international terrorist attacks inspired by Islamic State over this year's Christmas and New Year holiday period and the clock has already started ticking. Clive Williams writes.
Donald Trump's redesignation of North Korea as a "state sponsor of terrorism" was predictable, even though it has not "repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism" since it was taken off the US State Department list in 2008. Professor Clive Williams writes.
The latest mass shooting in the United States, with a higher death toll than ever before, leaves most Australians wondering what it would take for Americans to desire tighter gun controls.