- Editorial Comment
- The impact of the Kampala definition of aggression on the law on the use of force Tom Ruys
- Op-Eds on the Joint Committee Drones Report
- Christian Henderson, Introducing perspectives on the Joint Committee’s drones report
- Christine Gray, Targeted killing outside armed conflict: a new departure for the UK?
- Mary Ellen O’Connell, The law on lethal force begins with the right to life
- Nigel D White, The Joint Committee, drone strikes and self-defence: Caught in no man's land?
- Karine Bannelier-Christakis, The Joint Committee’s drones report: Far-reaching conclusions on self-defence based on a dubious reading of resolution 2249
- Susan Breau, Reflections on the treatment of the decision-making process in section 4 of the Joint Committee's drone strikes report
- Sean Richmond, Why is humanitarian intervention so divisive? Revisiting the debate over the 1999 Kosovo intervention
- Sina Etezazian, The nature of the self-defence proportionality requirement
Friday, December 23, 2016
New Issue: Journal on the Use of Force and International Law
Journal on the Use of Force and International Law (Vol. 3, no. 2, 2016) is out. Contents include: