- Volker Epping, Confronting New Challenges: Knut Ipsen and International Humanitarian Law
- Michael N. Schmitt, Asymmetrical Warfare and International Humanitarian Law
- William H. Boothby, ‘The end justifies the means’ - Should this be the philosophy?
- Stefan Oeter, Comment: Is the Principle of Distinction Outdated?
- W. Hays Parks, Asymmetries and the Identification of Legitimate Military Objectives
- Charles J. Dunlap, Targeting Hearts and Minds: National Will and Other Legitimate Military Objectives of Modern War
- Steven Haines, The United Kingdom and Legitimate Military Objectives: Current Practice . . . and Future Trends?
- Yoram Dinstein, The System of Status Groups in International Humanitarian Law
- Torsten Stein, Collateral Damage, Proportionality and Individual International Criminal Responsibility
- Hans-Joachim Heintze, Do Non-State Actors Challenge International Humanitarian Law?
- Dieter Fleck, Individual and State Responsibility for Violations of the Ius in Bello: An Imperfect Balance
- Frits Kalshoven, Some Comments on the International Responsibility of States
- Andreas Zimmermann, Responsibility for Violations of International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law and Human Rights Law - Synergy and Conflict?
- Knut Dörmann, Dissemination and Monitoring Compliance of International Humanitarian Law
- Michael Bothe, Fact-finding as a Means of Ensuring Respect for International Humanitarian Law
- Rainer Hofmann, Human Rights Treaty Bodies and Their Potential Role in Monitoring
Tuesday, July 17, 2007
Heintschel von Heinegg & Epping: International Humanitarian Law Facing New Challenges
Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg (Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) - Law) & Volker Epping (Leibniz Universität Hannover - Law) have published International Humanitarian Law Facing New Challenges: Symposium in Honour of Knut Ipsen (Springer 2007). Contents include: