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Disruptive Technology and the Future of International Law

This article was written by former IWP Navy Fellow LTJG Joshua Fiveson and published by the Columbia Journal of International Affairs.

Robots have long presented a threat to some aspect of the human experience.  What began with concern over the labor market slowly evolved into a full-blown existential debate over the future of mankind.  But lost somewhere in between the assembly line and apocalypse stands a more immediate threat to the global order:  the disruptive relationship between technology and international law.

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