The Art of Facts

A LEGAL BLOG about Fact-finding and Armed ConflicTS

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The Use of Architectural Techniques in Fact-Finding during Armed Conflict: A Time Machine?

It seems these days one can find fact-finding references pretty much everywhere in the news. I admit this statement may just be due to me suffering from job conditioning. But take for example the report published this week by Airwars, a project led by independent journalists “tracking and archiving the international air war against Islamic […]

 

The use of information and communications technologies in fact-finding: A survey by the SR on SumEx

With the highly anticipated report of the UN Commission of Inquiry on the Gaza Conflict to be discussed at the Human Rights Council (HRC) on 29 June, and to be published most certainly next week, one may except a renewed debate over fact-finding methodologies. Of particular interest, the question in the background of the comments […]

 

From Gaza to Donetsk: The law matters as much as the facts in the fog of human suffering and claims of tragic errors

It has been more than 8 months since my last post… One could blame the laziness following the excitement of the first posts. To be honest, it was more due to some juggling between too many assignments at the same time! Now, the reason behind this need for a new post is far more tragic […]

 

Remote Sensing Technology: The Ultimate Fact-Finding Tool in Armed Conflict?

I should start with a disclaimer; I am neither a geek nor an expert. Not even remotely one. And I have to quickly come to my senses each time I think I have improved my IT skills. That I was able to create this blog doesn’t change a thing! So I address today’s topic with […]