Saturday, October 20, 2012

New Volume: ISIL Year Book of International Humanitarian and Refugee Law

The latest volume of the ISIL Year Book of International Humanitarian and Refugee Law (Vol. 10, 2010) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Leandro Moll, Developments in the Bases of the International Obligation to Repress the Crime of Terrorism
    • W. A.D.J. Sumanadasa, Principle of Proportionality: the Criticized Compromising Formula of International Humanitarian Law
    • Timothy F. Yerima, Still Searching for Solution: From Protection of Individual Human Rights to Individual Criminal Responsibility for Serious Violations of Humanitarian Law
    • David I. Efevwerhan, The Responsibility to Protect: A Justification for Humanitarian Wars?
    • Rishi Gulati, The 26/11 Terrorist Attacks and the Application of the Laws of Armed Conflict
    • V. Seshaiah Shasthri, Role of International Humanitarian Institutions in Ensuring that ‘Armed Non State Actors’ Augment the Fundamental Notions of IHL – A Critique
    • U. C. Jha, Special Laws and the Armed Forces in South Asia
    • Aftab Alam, ICC and the Crime of Aggression: The Kampala Compromise or Consensus?
    • B. C. Nirmal, UNHCR After Six Decades and Beyond
    • Ranjana Ferrao, Retaining Portuguese Nationality in Goa
  • Shorter Articles
    • Oinam Jitendra Singh, Armed Violence in Manipur and Human Rights
    • Vijay A. Chavan, Curbing the Menace of Child Soldiers: An Unsolved Riddle of International Humanitarian Law
    • Cyntia Sampaio, Prevailing Relevance of the 1951 Convention on its 60th Anniversary