Associate Professor in International Law (BU) and (extraordinary) Reader in War Studies (SEDU), Bournemouth University
Dr. Sascha Dov Bachmann, Assessor Jur, LL.M, LL.D is an international scholar and former Lieutenant Colonel – German Army Reserve – with operational experience and a career professional in law and higher education. In the last 20 years he worked in various capacities and functions in the USA, the Middle East, South Africa and various European countries. Sascha is currently an Associate Professor at Bournemouth University and Docent (Reader) in War Studies at the Swedish Defence University. In November 2017 he was appointed (Professorial) Research Fellow at CEMIS, Faculty of Military Science, Stellenbosch University.
Sascha was educated in Germany (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) München), South Africa (Stellenbosch University and University of Johannesburg) and the United Kingdom (University of Portsmouth). He has presented to NATO, US CENTCOM, US AFRICOM, the Austrian Ministry of Defence, the Swedish Defence University, the Qatari Armed Forces, the Royal Danish Defence College, the South African National Defence Force and the Australian Defence College on the subjects of Hybrid War/Threats, Lawfare, InfoOps and Targeting.
He is the author of over 70 academic publications (articles/books and scientific submissions) and also a regular contributor to NATO’s Legal Advisor Web (LAWFAS) with his publications often being used as NATO reference documents.
Particular research interest are in the fields of Human Rights Litigation, Historical Justice Litigation, Holocaust/Shoa, Terrorism, Law of Armed Conflict, Hybrid Threats and holistic responses to new 21st century security threats.
View his research on his SSRN Author page: http://ssrn.com/author=1563486
Associate Professor in Law, Bournemouth University
Reader in International Law, Lincoln University
Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Portsmouth
Swedish Defence University (FHS/SEDU), Reader (Dosent) in War Studies
University of Johannesburg, LLD (Doctor Legum)
University of Stellenbosch, LLM
Ludwig Maximillians Universität, Germany, State Exam in Law
Reconciling Quasi-States with the Crimes of Aggression Under the ICC Statute, EMORY INT’L L. REV
Pull and Push-Implementing The Complementarity Principle of the Rome Statute of the ICC Within the African Union: Opportunities and Challenges, BROOK. J. INT’L L
Syria: A Legacy of Western Foreign-Policy Failure, MIDDLE EAST POLICY
Hybrid Warfare and the Legal Domain, Terrorism and Political Violence
Lawfare in Hybrid Wars: The 21st Century Warfare, Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies
Russia’s Hybrid War and its implications for Defence and Security in the United Kingdom, South African Journal of Military Studies
Hybrid Warfare and Lawfare, The Operational Law Quarterly
The Panopticon of International Law: B’Tselem’s Camera Project and the enforcement of International Law in a Transitional Society, Osgoode Hall Law Journal
Russia’s Hybrid Warfare in the East – The Integral Nature of the Informationsphere, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
Hybrid Wars: The 21st Century’s New Threats to Global Peace and Security, South African Journal of Military Studies
Terrorism and Cyber Attacks as Hybrid Threats: Defining a Comprehensive Approach for Countering 21st Century Threats to Global Risk and Security, The Journal for Terrorism and Security Analysis Syracuse University
Hybride Bedrohungen-Hybrid Threats, Journal of International Peace and Armed Conflict
Military teaching for the future’, The Royal Swedish Academy of War Sciences
The Panopticon of International Law: B’Tselem’s Camera Project and the enforcemnet of International Law in a Transitional Society , Osgoode Hall Law Journal
Targeted Killings: Contemporary Challenges, Risks And Opportunities, Journal of Conflict and Security Law
Countering Hybrid Eco-threats to Global Security Under International Law:, Liverpool Law Review
Aggression as “Organized Hypocrisy?” – How the War on Terrorism And Hybrid Threats Challenge The Nuremberg Legacy, Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice
Pre-trial detention and control orders under British Anti-Terror Legislation post 9/11: Balancing a Need for Security with the European Convention on Human Rights – an Overview, Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice