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Attorneys from the Americas Discuss Legal Framework for Military Actions

first_imgBy Dialogo September 03, 2012 The 2012 edition of The American Military Legal Committee (COJUMA, for its Spanish acronym) took place from August 29-30 in the U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) headquarters in Miami, Florida. The event was sponsored by the SOUTHCOM and led by Vice Admiral Joseph D. Kernan, Military Deputy Commander, SOUTHCOM. In his opening remarks, VADM Kernan highlighted: “We capture a lot of people, but we don’t have a lot of legal training. That’s why we need to understand the legal ramifications to train our people, and understand our responsibilities under the law, to comply with the civil law.” COJUMA originated in Panama, in 1996, with the collaboration of eight countries whose intention was to work together to produce a comparative study of the legal systems throughout the Americas. Since then, it has provided a legal foundation to guide attorneys in the defense of the armed forces and civil authorities of its member states, according to Dr. Sylvia Usher, chief counsel for the Uruguayan Ministry of Defense. Throughout the years, the armed forces have assumed roles to protect the civil populations and provide logistical support, creating many legal voids where military personnel may incur in illegal acts because they are unaware of the law. COJUMA 2012 included the participation of military attorneys from 20 countries in the Americas, in addition to representatives from U.S. Northern Command, U.S. Africa Command, U.S. Air Force South, U.S. Army South, and members of the National Guard, all of whom debated regional problems and ways in which to provide legal aid to members of the armed forces and police of partner nations in fulfilling their responsibilities to defend the population at the same time as maintaining their physical integrity. For the first time, civil defense and support to authorities has become a hot topic in all military operations. Many countries are faced with threats inside their own boundaries, according to Lieutenant Colonel Dagoberto Gómez Cortés, Colombian internal affairs officer, during his presentation. Many times, criminal and narcoterrorist organizations take advantage of these internal armed conflicts. “We endure that in Colombia, but this war can only be fought from a legal standpoint. Currently, war isn’t won on the battlefield; it’s won from a desk [in an office]. That’s why we need to create a legal framework of security to operate from,” he stated. For some countries, including those in Central and South America, and the Caribbean, these threats have been there for years, and have evolved from the latent conflicts that threatened national security and its stability. In the past, civil authorities handled the brunt of these threats. More and more, those same authorities now seek support from their defense forces, attorney Samuel Londoño, chief of the International Law and Legal Engagement Division in SOUTHCOM, told Diálogo. As a result, attorneys must have a clear understanding of the legal considerations inherent to the nature of these internal conflicts and threats, which is why they need to be prepared to counsel the defense forces and their commanders on how to employ their resources to help civil authorities, Londoño specified. The generalized consensus reached during the conference was to rely on SOUTHCOM’s web-based tool All-Partners Access Network (APAN), to foster understanding between nations; have an enduring forum available for the exchange of information in real time, and jointly create a base document to provide attorneys with tools to manage the legal situations of members of the armed forces and the police. Because of the continuous spirit of collaboration in COJUMA’s past conferences, the goal of the participants in 2012 is t use APAN to produce a thorough and user-friendly guide on the legal considerations for the defense and support of civil authorities. Rather than a comment, this is a request. In what institution, or web site can I have access to the presentations, statements, agreements, etc., both of the recent Conference and others in the past? It is the most appropriate way to issue a comment on certain grounds. Thank you for the attention that this request may deserve.last_img read more

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Alexandre Lacazette not happy as Antoine Griezmann sells him while playing as Arsenal on Football Manager

first_img Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Read More SPONSORED About Connatix V67539 ADVERTISEMENT Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Advertisement Read More Full Screen The Barcelona star has overhauled the Gunners’ squad (Pictures: Getty / @AntoGriezmann)Antoine Griezmann inadvertently annoyed Alexandre Lacazette after sharing his latest Football Manager save file with Arsenal – with the Gunners star nowhere to be seen in his team.In fact, the entire squad was virtually unrecognisable, with Griezmann – who is notorious for being a huge fan of the computer game – having played through to the start of the 2023/24 season.The Barcelona frontman doesn’t appear to rate Arsenal’s current squad particularly highly, shipping out every current first team player and assembling a star-studded side in their place. by Metro With Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang both shipped out, Griezmann picked current Ajax teen sensation Brian Brobbey to lead the line – and will no doubt have annoyed Lacazette even more by putting a heart emoji next to his name.AdvertisementAdvertisementThe incredulous Arsenal striker spotted the tweet and replied to his international teammate, writing: ‘Where am I?!’ Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Metro Sport ReporterThursday 15 Aug 2019 12:04 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link549Shares Read More Comment Griezmann replied that he had decided to accept a £23.5million offer from Huddersfield (yes, really) that summer after Lacazette had helped the side win the Premier League, Champions League and Carabao Cup two seasons earlier.He was apologetic at least, adding: ‘I needed the money, but a statue will be built around the stadium.’ Video Settings Top articles Skip Ad Read More Advertisement French teammates Griezmann and Lacazette are good pals (Picture: Getty)Griezmann also signed new Barca teammate Frenkie de Jong to patrol the midfield in his Arsenal team, while his own replacement at Atletico Madrid – Joao Felix – lines up in an attacking role behind the frontman.Arsenal fans have often voiced concerns over their back-line and Griezmann seems to have also identified that as a problem area, bringing in Andy Robertson, Raphael Varane and Matthijs de Ligt to shore things up.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal 1 min. story PLAY Skip Alexandre Lacazette not happy as Antoine Griezmann sells him while playing as Arsenal on Football Manager Read More 1/1 Coming Next / last_img read more

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