Friday, May 18, 2018

By the numbers (and more)

This is the 4300th post on Global Military Justice Reform. While we are running the numbers, there have been 587 comments since our launch in January 2014. As of today, there have been 560,601 hits on the site, from readers in 182 jurisdictions. Like other social media, Global Military Justice Reform has been targeted by Russian bots. Thanks for the compliment, sort of.

Today is the final day of the International Society for Military Law and the Law of War's 21st Congress, held this week in Lisbon. Approximately 150 people participated in the program, which included plenary and breakout sessions, as well as the Society's required General Assembly and Managing Board and Board of Directors' meetings. There are lots of plans in the works for future events sponsored by the Society as a whole and by national groups. Check the Society's website for details. Read about the Belgian group's exciting September 18-21, 2018 Silent Leges Inter Arma program in Bruges here.

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