Hospital Bombings: Empirical and Theoretical Fallacies of Those Rejecting a Ban

The argument we advance in our recent EJIL Article, ‘‘Hospital Shields’ and the Limits of International Law’, emerged from analysis of empirical data showing how, during the past several years, hospitals were being bombed on a daily basis. Comparing these attacks with official statements released by actors suspected of bombing hospitals, we discovered that one of … Continue reading Hospital Bombings: Empirical and Theoretical Fallacies of Those Rejecting a Ban