Monday, August 12, 2019

New Issue: Journal of Conflict & Security Law

The latest issue of the Journal of Conflict & Security Law (Vol. 24, no. 2, Summer 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Themis Tzimas, Self-Defense by Non-State Actors in States of Fragmented Authority
  • Quoc Tan Trung Nguyen, Rethinking the Legality of Intervention by Invitation: Toward Neutrality
  • Onder Bakircioglu, The Disputed Bounds of Muslim Warfare
  • Ilana Rothkopf, International Humanitarian Law and Non-State Practice in Armed Conflict: Combatant’s Privilege and Kurdish Fighters in Syria
  • Eva Nave, The Importance of the Arms Trade Treaty for the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals
  • Roderic Alley, Leaking Like a Sieve? Transfer Restraints on Small Arms, Light Weapons and Ammunition
  • Yohei Okada, What’s Wrong with Behrami and Saramati? Revisiting the Dichotomy between UN Peacekeeping and UN-authorized Operations in Terms of Attribution
  • Richard Mackenzie-Gray Scott, State Responsibility for Complicity in the Internationally Wrongful Acts of Non-State Armed Groups