Saturday, October 17, 2020

New Issue: International Review of the Red Cross

The latest issue of the International Review of the Red Cross (Vol. 101, no. 912, December 2019) is out. The theme is: "Protracted conflict." Contents include:
  • Ellen Policinski & Jovana Kuzmanovic, Protracted Conflicts: The enduring legacy of endless war
  • Interview with Lieutenant-Colonel Joven D. Capitulo PA: Military Assistant to the Office of the Undersecretary for Defense Policy, Department of National Defense, Republic of the Philippines
  • Stretched: Protracted conflicts and the people living in the midst of it all
  • Hichem Khadhraoui, Fragmentation of armed non-State actors in protracted armed conflicts: Some practical experiences on how to ensure compliance with humanitarian norms
  • Alexander H. Hay, Bryan Karney, & Nick Martyn, Reconstructing infrastructure for resilient essential services during and following protracted conflict: A conceptual framework
  • Cédric Cotter, From Operation Iraqi Freedom to the Battle of Mosul: Fifteen years of displacement in Iraq
  • The ICRC and the “humanitarian–development–peace nexus” discussion: In conversation with Filipa Schmitz Guinote, ICRC Policy Adviser
  • Edoardo Borgomeo, Delivering water services during protracted armed conflicts: How development agencies can overcome barriers to collaboration with humanitarian actors
  • Dustin A. Lewis, The notion of “protracted armed conflict” in the Rome Statute and the termination of armed conflicts under international law: An analysis of select issues
  • Marcela Giraldo Muñoz & Jose Serralvo, International humanitarian law in Colombia: Going a step beyond
  • Mona Rishmawi, Protecting the right to life in protracted conflicts: The existence and dignity dimensions of General Comment 36
  • Robert Kolb & Fumiko Nakashima, The notion of “acts harmful to the enemy” under international humanitarian law