Aurel Sari


Dr Aurel Sari is an Associate Professor of Public International Law and the Director of the Exeter Centre for International Law at the University of Exeter. His work focuses primarily on international conflict and security law and the law relating to military operations. He has published widely on the law of armed conflict, status of forces agreements, peace support operations, international human rights law and the legal framework of European security and defence policy. His work has been funded by the British Academy and the Economic and Social Research Council. In addition to teaching law at the University of Exeter, Dr Sari lectures regularly on international law and military operations in the UK and abroad.

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Better Get A Lawyer: Are Legal Constraints Defeating Britain’s Armed Forces on the Battlefield?

Aurel Sari is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Exeter and an affiliated member of its Strategy and Security Institute. Last Friday, the Policy Exchange, a British think tank dedicated to the development and promotion of new policy ideas, published a Report entitled ‘The Fog of Law: An Introduction to the Legal…

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