Armed Activities Case: DRC vs Uganda (use of force and non-State actors)

In this post, we focus on the ICJ’s jurisprudence on: 1) the use of force, self-defense, and non-intervention; 2) Uganda’s responsibility for actions of certain non-State actors; 3) the extra-territorial application of human rights; and 4) Uganda’s responsibility for the illegal exploitation of natural resources.

Armed Activities Case: DRC vs Uganda (Issues relating to Occupation)

This is the second in a series of posts on the Armed Activities Case. This post asks if Uganda was an occupying power in the DRC and if so, what were its responsibilities in the occupied territories.