Friday, November 11, 2011

New Volume: International Law Studies (Blue Book) Series

The latest volume in the International Law Studies (Blue Book) Series (Vol. 87, 2011) is out. The theme is "International Law and the Changing Character of War"; the editors are Raul A. (Pete) Pedrozo and Daria P. Wollschlaeger. Contents include:
  • Nicholas Rostow, Combating Terrorists: Legal Challenges in the Post-9/11 World
  • John F. Murphy, Mission Impossible? International Law and the Changing Character of War
  • Matthew C. Waxman, Cyber Attacks as “Force” under UN Charter Article 2(4)
  • Sean Watts, Low-Intensity Computer Network Attack and Self-Defense
  • Michael N. Schmitt, Cyber Operations and the Jus in Bello: Key Issues
  • Robert M. Chesney, Who May Be Held? Military Detention through the Habeas Lens
  • Charles Garraway, The Changing Character of the Participants in War: Civilianization of Warfighting and the Concept of “Direct Participation in Hostilities”
  • Françoise J. Hampson, Direct Participation in Hostilities and the Interoperability of the Law of Armed Conflict and Human Rights Law
  • Raul A. “Pete” Pedrozo, Use of Unmanned Systems to Combat Terrorism
  • Darren M. Stewart, New Technology and the Law of Armed Conflict
  • David E. Graham, The Law of Armed Conflict in Asymmetric Urban Armed Conflict
  • Charles J. Dunlap, Jr., Lawfare Today . . . and Tomorrow
  • Dale Stephens, The Age of Lawfare
  • Pnina Sharvit Baruch & Noam Neuman, Warning Civilians Prior to Attack under International Law: Theory and Practice
  • Rob McLaughlin, The Changing Character of Public Legal Scrutiny of Operations
  • Ashley S. Deeks, Litigating How We Fight
  • Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg, Asymmetric Warfare: How to Respond?
  • Yoram Dinstein, Concluding Remarks: LOAC and Attempts to Abuse or Subvert It