March 26, 2020
W. Hays Parks and the Law of War
W. Hays Parks’ work deserves serious study by judge advocates today. His work provides insight, both as a challenge to modern-day thinking, and as a plethora of practical guides to important areas of international humanitarian law.
Oct. 24, 2018
The Court-Martial of Private Vasily Shabunin
By the summer of 1866, Leo Tolstoy had been working on his titanic novel, War and Peace, for three years. During that midpoint of his work, Tolstoy’s masterpiece was briefly distracted by two men who visited his family estate and asked for his assistance. The men were junior officers from the 65th Moscow …