Wednesday, December 14, 2016

New Issue: International Community Law Review

The latest issue of the International Community Law Review (Vol. 18, no. 5, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Foreign Fighters and Foreign Terrorist Fighters: An International Law and Human Rights Perspective
    • Elżbieta Karska & Karol Karski, Introduction: The Phenomenon of Foreign Fighters and Foreign Terrorist Fighters
    • Simon Chesterman, Dogs of War or Jackals of Terror? Foreign Fighters and Mercenaries in International Law
    • José L. Gómez del Prado, Whether the Criteria Contained in the 1989 International Convention against the Recruitment, Use, Financing and Training of Mercenaries Notably Motivation Apply to Today’s Foreign Fighters?
    • Haykel Ben Mahfoudh, Protect, Respect and Remedy: A Framework for Accountability for Human Rights Violations Committed by Foreign Fighters
    • Dara Conduit & Ben Rich, Foreign Fighters, Human Rights and Self-Determination in Syria and Iraq: Decoding the Humanitarian Impact of Foreign Fighters in Practice
    • Letta Tayler, Foreign Terrorist Fighter Laws: Human Rights Rollbacks Under UN Security Council Resolution 2178
    • Zubeda Limbada & Lynn Davies, Addressing the Foreign Terrorist Fighter Phenomenon from a Human Rights Perspective