Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Symposium: Complementing International Humanitarian Law

The latest issue of the Israel Law Review (Vol. 42, no. 1, 2009) contains a symposium on "Complementing International Humanitarian Law: Exploring the Need for Additional Norms to Govern Contemporary Conflict Situations." Contents include:
  • David Kretzmer, Rethinking Application of IHL in Non-International Armed Conflicts
  • Geoffrey Corn & Eric Talbot Jensen, Transnational Armed Conflict: A “Principled” Approach to the Regulation of Counter-Terror Combat Operations
  • Ralph Wilde, Complementing Occupation Law? Selective Judicial Treatment of the Suitability of Human Rights Norms
  • Yuval Shany, The Law Applicable to Non-Occupied Gaza: A Comment on Bassiouni v. The Prime Minister of Israel
  • Amichai Cohen, Economic Sanctions in IHL: Suggested Principles
  • Michael M. Lieberman, Pragmatism and Principle in International Humanitarian Law
  • Valentina Falco, The Internal Legal Order of the European Union as a Complementary Framework for its Obligations under IHL