Friday, December 23, 2016

New Issue: Journal on the Use of Force and International Law

The latest issue of the Journal on the Use of Force and International Law (Vol. 3, no. 2, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Editorial Comment
    • Tom Ruys, The impact of the Kampala definition of aggression on the law on the use of force
  • 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
  • Articles
    • 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