Tuesday, December 2, 2014

New Volume: Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law

The latest volume of the Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law (Vol. 16, 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Detention in Non-International Armed Conflict
    • Jacques Hartmann, The Copenhagen Process: Principles and Guidelines
    • Ramin Mahnad, Beyond Process: The Material Framework for Detention and the Particularities of Non-International Armed Conflict
    • James Turner Johnson, A Dialogue: Ethics, Law, and the Question of Detention in Non-International Armed Conflicts
  • Other Articles
    • Bill Boothby, Autonomous Attack—Opportunity or Spectre?
    • Paul Eden, The Practices of Apartheid as a War Crime: A Critical Analysis
    • Michelle Lesh, A Critical Discussion of the Second Turkel Report and How It Engages with the Duty to Investigate Under International Law
    • Christophe Paulussen, Jessica Dorsey & Sarah-Jane Koulen, Year in Review 2013
  • Essays on the Boundaries of the Battlefield
    • Jessica Dorsey & Christophe Paulussen, Boundaries of the Battlefield: A Critical Look at the Legal Paradigms and Rules in Countering Terrorism
    • Terry D. Gill, Some Thoughts on the Relationship Between International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law: A Plea for Mutual Respect and a Common-Sense Approach
    • Gilles De Kerchove & Christiane Höhn, Counter-Terrorism and International Law Since 9/11, Including in the EU-US Context
    • Laurie R. Blank, Debates and Dichotomies: Exploring the Presumptions Underlying Contentions About the Geography of Armed Conflict
    • Peter Margulies & Matthew Sinnot, Crossing Borders to Target Al-Qaeda and Its Affiliates: Defining Networks as Organized Armed Groups in Non-International Armed Conflicts