Wednesday, September 24, 2014

New Issue: International Review of the Red Cross

The latest issue of the International Review of the Red Cross (Vol. 95, nos. 891-892, Autumn/Winter 2013) is out. The theme is "Multinational Operations and the Law." Contents include:
  • Vincent Bernard, Editorial: Multinational Operations and the Law - Great Expectations, Great Responsibilities
  • Interview with Lieutenant General Babacar Gaye - United Nations Military Adviser for Peacekeeping Operations
  • Ronald Hatto, From peacekeeping to peacebuilding: the evolution of the role of the United Nations in peace operations
  • Haidi Willmot & Scott Sheeran, The protection of civilians mandate in UN peacekeeping operations: reconciling protection concepts and practices
  • Jérémie Labbé & Arthur Boutellis, Peace operations by proxy: implications for humanitarian action of UN peacekeeping partnerships with non-UN security forces
  • Tristan Ferraro, The applicability and application of international humanitarian law to multinational forces
  • Dieter Fleck, The legal status of personnel involved in United Nations peace operations
  • Frederik Naert, Observance of international humanitarian law by forces under the command of the European Union
  • Katarina Grenfell, Perspective on the applicability and application of international humanitarian law: the UN context
  • Peter M. Olson, A NATO perspective on applicability and application of IHL to multinational forces
  • Eric David & Ola Engdahl, How does the involvement of a multinational peacekeeping force affect the classification of a situation?
  • Marten Zwanenburg, International humanitarian law interoperability in multinational operations
  • Bruce ‘Ossie’ Oswald, Some controversies of detention in multinational operations and the contributions of the Copenhagen Principles
  • Paolo Palchetti, The allocation of responsibility for internationally wrongful acts committed in the course of multinational operations