Tuesday, November 29, 2016

New Volume: Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law

The latest volume of the Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law (Vol. 18, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Contemporary Armed Conflicts and Their Implications for International Humanitarian Law
    • Jose Serralvo, Government Recognition and International Humanitarian Law Applicability in Post-Gaddafi Libya
    • Bogdan Ivanel, Puppet States: A Growing Trend of Covert Occupation
    • Carrie A. Comer & Daniel M. Mburu, Humanitarian Law at Wits’ End: Does the Violence Arising from the “War on Drugs” in Mexico Meet the International Criminal Court’s Non-International Armed Conflict Threshold?
    • Noam Zamir, The Armed Conflict(s) Against the Islamic State
    • Annyssa Bellal, Beyond the Pale? Engaging the Islamic State on International Humanitarian Law
    • Elad David Gil, Trapped: Three Dilemmas in the Law of Proportionality and Asymmetric Warfare
    • Ezequiel Heffes, Generating Respect for International Humanitarian Law: The Establishment of Courts by Organized Non-State Armed Groups in Light of the Principle of Equality of Belligerents
  • Other Articles
    • Clare Frances Moran, Defences for War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity? Duress and the Rome Statute
    • Bérénice Boutin, Kate Pitcher & Onur Güven, Year in Review 2015