Wednesday, April 13, 2016

de Guttry, Capone, & Paulussen: Foreign Fighters under International Law and Beyond

Andrea de Guttry (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna), Francesca Capone (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna), & Christophe Paulussen (T.M.C. Asser Instituut) have published Foreign Fighters under International Law and Beyond (Asser Press 2016). Contents include:
  • Andrea de Guttry, Francesca Capone & Christophe Paulussen, Introduction
  • Edwin Bakker & Mark Singleton, Foreign Fighters in the Syria and Iraq Conflict: Statistics and Characteristics of a Rapidly Growing Phenomenon
  • Marcello Flores, Foreign Fighters Involvement in National and International Wars: A Historical Survey
  • Francesco Strazzari, Foreign Fighters as a Challenge for International Relations Theory
  • Ross Frenett & Tanya Silverman, Foreign Fighters: Motivations for Travel to Foreign Conflicts
  • Gabriel Weimann, The Emerging Role of Social Media in the Recruitment of Foreign Fighters
  • Dallin Van Leuven, Dyan Mazurana & Rachel Gordon, Analysing the Recruitment and Use of Foreign Men and Women in ISIL through a Gender Perspective
  • Fabrizio Coticchia, The Military Impact of Foreign Fighters on the Battlefield: The Case of the ISIL
  • Emanuele Sommario, The Status of Foreign Fighters under International Humanitarian Law
  • Robert Heinsch, Foreign Fighters and International Criminal Law
  • Francesca Capone, Child Soldiers: The Expanding Practice of Minors Recruited to Become Foreign Fighters
  • Daniele Amoroso, Armed Opposition Groups’ (and Foreign Fighters’) Abidance by International Human Rights Law: The Issue of Compliance in Syria and Iraq
  • Sandra Krähenmann, The Obligations under International Law of the Foreign Fighter’s State of Nationality or Habitual Residence, State of Transit and State of Destination
  • Andrea de Guttry, The Role Played by the UN in Countering the Phenomenon of Foreign Terrorist Fighters
  • Alex Conte, States’ Prevention and Responses to the Phenomenon of Foreign Fighters Against the Backdrop of International Human Rights Obligations
  • Gilles de Kerchove and Christiane Höhn, The Regional Answers and Governance Structure for Dealing with Foreign Fighters: The Case of the EU
  • Matteo E. Bonfanti, Collecting and Sharing Intelligence on Foreign Fighters in the EU and its Member States: Existing Tools, Limitations and Opportunities
  • Annalisa Creta, Towards Effective Regional Responses to the Phenomenon of Foreign Fighters: The OSCE Toolbox
  • Linda Darkwa, The African Union and the Phenomenon of Foreign Fighters in Africa
  • Christophe Paulussen & Eva Entenmann, National Responses in Select Western European Countries to the Foreign Fighter Phenomenon
  • Aaron Y. Zelin & Jonathan Prohov, How Western Non-EU States Are Responding to Foreign Fighters: A Glance at the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand’s Laws and Policies
  • Daveed Gartenstein-Ross & Bridget Moreng, MENA Countries’ Responses to the Foreign Fighter Phenomenon
  • Laura Van Waas, Foreign Fighters and the Deprivation of Nationality: National Practices and International Law Implications
  • Francesca Vietti & Mike Bisi, Caught in the Crossfire: The Impact of Foreign Fighters on Internally Displaced Persons, Asylum Seekers and Refugees from Syria and Iraq
  • Andrea de Guttry, Francesca Capone and Christophe Paulussen, Concluding Remarks