Tuesday, July 10, 2018

New Issue: Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law

The latest issue of the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law (Vol. 51, no. 3, May 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • The Law and Armed Conflict
    • Sharon Afek, We’re Not in Beersheba Anymore: Discussing Contemporary Challenges in the Law of Armed Conflict with 120 International Lawyers
    • Yoram Dinstein, Keynote Address: The Recent Evolution of the International Law of Armed Conflict: Confusions, Constraints, and Challenges
    • Knut Dormann, The Role of Nonstate Entities in Developing and Promoting International Humanitarian Law
    • Michael Wood, The Evolution and Identification of the Customary International Law of Armed Conflict
    • Nitsan Alon, Operational Challenges in Ground Operations in Urban Areas: An IDF Perspective
    • Geoffrey S. Corn, Humanitarian Regulation of Hostilities: The Decisive Element of Context
    • Michael W. Meier & James T. Hill, Targeting, the Law of War, and the Uniform Code of Military Justice
    • Noam Neuman, Challenges in the Interpretation and Application of the Principle of Distinction During Ground Operations in Urban Areas
    • Emanuela-Chiara Gillard, Some Reflections on the “Incidental Harm” Side of Proportionality Assessments
    • Ian Henderson & Kate Reece, Proportionality under International Humanitarian Law: The “Reasonable Military Commander” Standard and Reverberating Effects
    • Roni Katzir, Four Comments on the Application of Proportionality under the Law of Armed Conflict
    • Michael A. Newton, Reframing the Proportionality Principle
    • Gloria Gaggioli, Targeting Individuals Belonging to an Armed Group
    • Charles J. Dunlap, Jr., Targeting of Persons: The Contemporary Challenges
    • R. Patrick Huston, A Practical Perspective on Attacking Armed Groups
    • Agnieszka Jachec-Neale, Targeting State and Political Leadership in Armed Conflicts
    • Eran Shamir-Borer, Fight, Forge, and Fund: Three Select Issues on Targeting of Person