Marten Zwanenburg


Marten Zwanenburg is Professor of Military Law at the University of Amsterdam and at the Faculty of Military Sciences of the Netherlands Defence Academy. Professor Zwanenburg’s research centers on international conflict and security law. He has published widely on military operations, the law of armed conflict, the law of occupation, international human rights law, and international responsibility. His current research interests include the use of data in military operations, space and military operations, and topical issues in IHL. He holds an LL.M. and a PhD from Leiden University. Professor Zwanenburg is a member of the editorial boards of the Military Law and the Law of War Review and the Militair Rechtelijk Tijdschrift (Netherlands Review of Military Law).

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Appeals Judgment in Case concerning the Shipment from the Netherlands of Parts for F-35 Fighter Aircraft to Israel

Introduction On 12 February, the Appeals Court of the Hague in the Netherlands handed down its judgment in a case concerning the shipment of U.S. owned spare parts for F-35 fighter aircraft from a warehouse in the Netherlands to Israel (see here, only available in Dutch). The Court of Appeal held that the…

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