Friday, August 11, 2017

New Volume: African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law

The latest volume of the African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law (Vol. 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Navi Pillay, International Human Rights Law and states’ practice
  • Wyne Ken Mutuma, The problem of civilian contractors that directly participate in hostilities
  • Marco Nel & Shannon Bosch, Voluntary human shields in International Humanitarian Law : a proposal for suitable future regulation
  • Arthur van Coller, The innocent Civilian, the mandated soldier and the unlawful fighter – a re-evaluation of the ‘direct participation in hostilities’ dilemma
  • Ben Saul, Many small wars : the classification of armed conflicts in the non- self-governing territory of Western Sahara (Spanish Sahara) in 1974–1976
  • Dan Kuwali, Persuasive prevention : ending mass atrocities in Africa
  • Mia Swart, The African Union Commission of Inquiry on South Sudan
  • Mark A. Drumbl, A Former child soldier in The Hague, as an accused
  • Marieke Roos, Nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament