Thursday, July 19, 2012

New Volume: International Law Studies (Blue Book) Series

The latest volume in the International Law Studies (Blue Book) Series (Vol. 88, 2012) is out. The theme is "Non-International Armed Conflict in the Twenty-first Century"; the editors are Kenneth Watkin and Andrew J. Norris. Contents include:
  • Kenneth Watkin, “Small Wars”: The Legal Challenges
  • John F. Murphy, Will-o’-the-Wisp? The Search for Law in Non-International Armed Conflicts
  • David E. Graham, Defining Non-International Armed Conflict: A Historically Difficult Task
  • Geoffrey S. Corn, Self-defense Targeting: Blurring the Line between the Jus ad Bellum and the Jus in Bello
  • Charles Garraway, War and Peace: Where Is the Divide?
  • Michael N. Schmitt, The Status of Opposition Fighters in a Non-International Armed Conflict
  • Sean Watts, Present and Future Conceptions of the Status of Government Forces in Non-International Armed Conflict
  • Stephen Pomper, Toward a Limited Consensus on the Loss of Civilian Immunity in Non-International Armed Conflict: Making Progress through Practice
  • William H. Boothby, Differences in the Law of Weaponry When Applied to Non-International Armed Conflicts
  • Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg, Methods and Means of Naval Warfare in Non-International Armed Conflicts
  • Richard B. Jackson, Perfidy in Non-International Armed Conflicts
  • Raymundo B. Ferrer & Randolph G. Cabangbang, Non-International Armed Conflicts in the Philippines
  • Juan Carlos Gomez, Twenty-First-Century Challenges: The Use of Military Forces to Combat Criminal Threats
  • Rob McLaughlin, An Australian Perspective on Non-International Armed Conflict: Afghanistan and East Timor
  • William K. Lietzau, Detention of Terrorists in the Twenty-first Century
  • Knut Dörmann, Detention in Non-International Armed Conflicts
  • John Cerone, International Enforcement in Non-International Armed Conflict: Searching for Synergy among Legal Regimes in the Case of Libya
  • Yoram Dinstein, Concluding Remarks on Non-International Armed Conflicts