• Sadjad Soltanzadeh, ‘A Metaphysical Account of Agency for Technology Governance’, AI & Society (2024)
  • Klaudia Klonowska, ‘Rethinking Community in a Divided World: Professor Fleur Johns on International Law’s Shifting Landscape’, Opinio Juris (22 April 2024)


  • Taylor Woodcock, ‘Human/Machine(-Learning) Interactions, Human Agency and the International Humanitarian Law Proportionality Standard’, Global Society (2023)
  • Magdalena Pacholska, ‘Many Hands in the Black Box: Artificial Intelligence and the Responsibility of International Organizations’, in: Rossana Deplano, Antal Berkes, Richard Collins (eds.), Reassessing the Articles on the Responsibility of International Organizations: From Theory to Practice (forthcoming), available on SSRN (2023)
  • Magdalena Pacholska, ‘Autonomous Weapons’, in: Bartosz Brożek, Olia Kanevskaia, and Przemek Pałka (eds.), Research Handbook on Law and Technology (forthcoming), available on SSRN (2023)
  • Tomasz Zurek, Jonathan Kwik, and Tom van Engers, ‘Model of a Military Autonomous Device Following International Humanitarian Law’, 25 Ethics and Information Technology (2023)
  • Berenice Boutin, ‘State Responsibility in Relation to Military Applications of Artificial Intelligence’, 36(1) Leiden Journal of International Law, pp. 133-150 (2023)
  • Berenice Boutin, Klaudia Klonowska, Magdalena Pacholska, Sadjad Soltanzadeh, Taylor Woodcock, Tomasz Zurek, ‘DILEMA Statement on the Global Governance of Artificial Intelligence in the Military’ (January 2023), available at:


  • Magdalena Pacholska, ‘Military Artificial Intelligence and the Principle of Distinction: A State Responsibility Perspective’, Israel Law Review (2022)
  • Berenice Boutin, ‘State Responsibility in Relation to Military Applications of Artificial Intelligence’, available on SSRN (2022)
  • Tomasz Zurek and Adam Wyner, ‘Towards a Formal Framework for Motivated Argumentation and the Roots of Conflict’, Proceedings of the 22nd Workshop on Computational Models of Natural Argument (CMNA), CEUR-WS Vol. 3205, pp. 3950 (2022)
  • Berenice Boutin and Taylor Woodcock, ‘Aspects of Realizing (Meaningful) Human Control: A Legal Perspective’, in: Robin Geiß and Henning Lahmann (eds.), Research Handbook on Warfare and Artificial Intelligence (forthcoming), available on SSRN (2022)
  • Jonathan Kwik, Tomasz Zurek, and Tom van Engers, ‘Designing International Humanitarian Law into Military Autonomous Devices’, available on SSRN (2022)
  • Tomasz Zurek, Taylor Woodcock, Magdalena Pacholska, and Tom van Engers, ‘Computational Modelling of the Proportionality Analysis under International Humanitarian Law for Military Decision-Support Systems’, Working Paper, available on SSRN (2022)
  • Sadjad Soltanzadeh, ‘Strictly Human: Limitations of Autonomous Systems’, 32 Minds and Machines, pp. 269–288 (2022)


  • Marten Zwanenburg, ‘Biometrics and International Humanitarian Law’, Articles of War, Lieber Institute (28 October 2021)
  • Sadjad Soltanzadeh and Mitchell Mooney, ‘Autonomy in the Context of Decision-Making Dilemmas’, in Constantino Pereira Martins (ed.), Do Desporto/On Sports: Theory vs. Praxis (Coimbra University Institute of Philosophical Studies and Fundação Do Desporto), pp. 147-162, available on SSRN (2021)
  • Taylor Woodcock, ‘Eclipsing Human Rights: Why the International Regulation of Military AI is not Limited to International Humanitarian Law’, Human Rights Here Blog, Doctoral Research Forum Blog Series (13 July 2021)
  • Taylor Woodcock, ‘Artificial Intelligence: Is the Answer More Law?’, Asser Blog (25 January 2021)


  • Berenice Boutin, ‘The Interplay of International Obligations Connected to the Conduct of Others: Toward a Framework of Mutual Compliance Among States Engaged in Partnered Warfare’, 96 International Law Studies (Naval War College), pp. 529–548 (2020)