OSU professors to talk war crimes


Week two of the Delaware Great Decisions series will focus on the topic of war crimes.

Dakota S. Rudesill and Mohamed S. Helal, both associate professors of law at The Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law, will lead discussions during the program, which will take place at noon on Friday, Feb. 17, via Zoom.

A press release for the program states, “Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has been assailed as a war crime, from its initiation through the means and methods of warfare Russia has employed. Russia has made counter-allegations against Ukraine, and also against the United States and its NATO allies for the support they have provided to Ukraine. As the war reaches the one year mark, two scholar/practitioners from The Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University — Profs. Mohamed Helal and Dakota Rudesill — will provide an overview of the law governing use of force, both international and U.S. Special attention will be paid to the war in Ukraine, what we know, and what the future might hold.”

To participate in the Zoom program, individuals are asked to register in advance if they haven’t done so already for a previous event. The registration link is also accessible on the Delaware Great Decisions Facebook page at www.facebook.com/greatdecisionsdeloh.

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