Sunday, November 26, 2017

New Volume: Israel Yearbook on Human Rights

The latest volume of the Israel Yearbook on Human Rights (Vol. 47, 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Silvia Fernandez de Gurmendi, Non-State Actors in the Law and Practice of the International Criminal Court
  • Robin Geiß & James G. Devaney, Zealots, Victims and Captives: Maintaining Adequate Protection of Human Shields in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law
  • Marco Roscini, Animals and the Law of Armed Conflict
  • Chris De Cock, Legal Implications Surrounding Operation “Inherent Resolve” in Iraq and Syria
  • Yoram Dinstein, A European Model Law for the Promotion of Tolerance and the Suppression of Intolerance
  • Rein Müllerson, New Challenges to the Old Idea of Universality of (All) Human Rights
  • Arnon Gutfeld & Yoram Rabin, Homeschooling in the United States and Its Lessons for Israel
  • Haggai Erlich, Vicissitudes of History and Human Rights - Ethiopia and Eritrea
  • Pierre d’Argent & Melinda Kuritzky, Refoulement by Proxy? The Mediterranean Migrant Crisis and the Training of Libyan Coast Guards by EUNAVFOR MED Operation Sophia
  • Laurie R. Blank, The Extent of Self-Defence against Terrorist Groups: For How Long and How Far?
  • Nicholas Rostow, 100 Years Later: The Continuing Relevance of the Balfour Declaration
  • Joseph Agassi, Never Again?
  • Jeff Lahav, Judgments of the Supreme Court of Israel Relating to Human Rights