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Even war has rules, so why none for espionage?

BKC Faculty Associate Asaf Lubin comments on why it makes little sense that there are no rules for espionage during times of peace when there are rules for times of war.

"Every other area of state practice, from the law of the seas to the law of outer space to human rights law to the laws of war, gets a session devoted to it. ... Yet no one talks about intelligence despite its enormous influence.”

Read more in The Harvard Gazette.

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