Thursday, January 25, 2018

New Volume: Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law

The latest volume of the Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law (Vol. 19, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Armed Groups
    • Tilman Rodenhäuser, Armed Groups, Rebel Coalitions, and Transnational Groups: The Degree of Organization Required from Non-State Armed Groups to Become Party to a Non-International Armed Conflict
    • Annyssa Bellal, Welcome on Board: Improving Respect for International Humanitarian Law Through the Engagement of Armed Non-State Actors
    • Hyeran Jo, Compliance with International Humanitarian Law by Non-State Armed Groups: How Can It Be Improved?
    • Hilde D. Roskam, Crime-Based Targeted Sanctions: Promoting Respect for International Humanitarian Law by the Security Council
    • Daragh Murray, Engaging Armed Groups Through the Development of Human Rights Obligations: Incorporating Practice, Motivation and Ideology to Promote Compliance with International Law
    • Katharine Fortin, Armed Groups and Procedural Accountability: A Roadmap for Further Thought
  • Other Articles
    • Jeroen C. van den Boogaard, Knock on the Roof: Legitimate Warning or Method of Warfare?
    • Kate Pitcher, Sophie van der Valk & Geneviève Girard, Year in Review 2016