Thursday, December 2, 2021

New Issue: International Review of the Red Cross

The latest issue of the International Review of the Red Cross (Vol. 102, no. 914, August 2020) is out. The theme is: "Emerging Voices." Contents include:
  • Bruno Demeyere, Emerging voices: Increasing the diversity of voices featured in the International Review of the Red Cross
  • Alessandro Mario Amoroso, Closer to home: How national implementation affects State conduct in partnered operations
  • Victoria Arnal, Destructive trends in contemporary armed conflicts and the overlooked aspect of intangible cultural heritage: A critical comparison of the protection of cultural heritage under IHL and the Islamic law of armed conflict
  • Annabel Bassil, Armed escorts to humanitarian convoys: An unexplored framework under international humanitarian law
  • Thibaud de La Bourdonnaye, Greener insurgencies? Engaging non-State armed groups for the protection of the natural environment during non-international armed conflicts
  • Issa Cristina Hernández Herrera, Collaborating with organized crime in the search for disappeared persons? Formalizing a humanitarian alternative for Mexico
  • Won Jang, For whom the bell of proportionality tolls: Three proposals for strengthening proportionality compliance
  • Eian Katz, Liar's war: Protecting civilians from disinformation during armed conflict
  • Maxime Nijs, Humanizing siege warfare: Applying the principle of proportionality to sieges
  • César Rojas-Orozco, The role of international humanitarian law in the search for peace: Lessons from Colombia
  • Mayra Nuñez Pastor, Behind the legal curtain: Social, cultural and religious practices and their impact on missing persons and the dead in Colombia
  • Fernanda García Pinto, The International Committee of the Red Cross and the International Criminal Court: Turning international humanitarian law into a two-headed snake?
  • Vaughn Rossouw, “Or any other similar criteria”: Towards advancing the protection of LGBTQI detainees against discrimination and sexual and gender-based violence during non-international armed conflict
  • Yugichha Sangroula, Investigating the Jana Adalat of the 1996–2006 armed conflict in Nepal
  • Claire Simmons, Whose perception of justice? Real and perceived challenges to military investigations in armed conflict
  • Rohan Talbot, Automating occupation: International humanitarian and human rights law implications of the deployment of facial recognition technologies in the occupied Palestinian territory
  • Juliana Laguna Trujillo, A legal obligation under international law to guarantee access to abortion services in contexts of armed conflict? An analysis of the case of Colombia
  • Tsvetelina van Benthem, The redirection of attacks by defending forces
  • Ioanna Voudouri, Who is a civilian in Afghanistan?
  • Paul Strauch & Beatrice Walton, Jus ex bello and international humanitarian law: States’ obligations when withdrawing from armed conflict
  • Samuel White & Ray Kerkhove, Indigenous Australian laws of war: Makarrata, milwerangel and junkarti