Tuesday, August 9, 2011

New Issue: International Review of the Red Cross

The latest issue of the International Review of the Red Cross (Vol. 93, no. 881, March 2011) is out. The theme is "Conflict in Afghanistan II." Contents include:
  • Conflict in Afghanistan: The Law
    • Robin Geiß & Michael Siegrist, Has the armed conflict in Afghanistan affected the rules on the conduct of hostilities?
    • Annyssa Bellal, Gilles Giacca & Stuart Casey-Maslen, International law and armed non-state actors in Afghanistan
    • Muhammad Munir, The Layha for the Mujahideen: an analysis of the code of conduct for the Taliban fighters under Islamic law
    • The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. The Layha [Code of Conduct] For Mujahids
    • Sadia Tabassum, Combatants, not bandits: the status of rebels in Islamic law
  • Conflict in Afghanistan: Humanitarian Action
    • Antonio Donini, Between a rock and a hard place: integration or independence of humanitarian action?
    • 30 years in Afghanistan. ICRC photo archives account by Alberto Cairo
    • Fiona Terry, The International Committee of the Red Cross in Afghanistan: reasserting the neutrality of humanitarian action
  • Selected Articles on International Humanitarian Law
    • Jelena Pejic, The protective scope of Common Article 3: more than meets the eye