Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Sayapin & Tsybulenko: The Use of Force against Ukraine and International Law Jus Ad Bellum, Jus In Bello, Jus Post Bellum

Sergey Sayapin (KIMEP Univ. - Law) & Evhen Tsybulenko (Tallinn Univ. of Technology - Law) have published The Use of Force against Ukraine and International Law: Jus Ad Bellum, Jus In Bello, Jus Post Bellum (Asser Press 2018). Contents include:
  • Miras Daulenov, The Legal Nature of States’ Obligations Towards Ukraine in the Context of Jus Contra Bellum
  • Bill Bowring, Who Are the “Crimea People” or “People of Crimea”? The Fate of the Crimean Tatars, Russia’s Legal Justification for Annexation, and Pandora’s Box
  • Valentina Azarova, An Illegal Territorial Regime? On the Occupation and Annexation of Crimea as a Matter of International Law
  • Sabine Hassler & Noëlle Quénivet, Conferral of Nationality of the Kin State – Mission Creep?
  • Oleksandr Merezhko, International Legal Aspects of Russia’s War Against Ukraine in Eastern Ukraine
  • Evhen Tsybulenko and J’moul A. Francis, Separatists or Russian Troops and Local Collaborators? Russian Aggression in Ukraine: The Problem of Definitions
  • Tymur Korotkyi & Nataliia Hendel, The Legal Status of the Donetsk and Luhansk “Peoples’ Republics”
  • Gergely Tóth, Legal Challenges in Hybrid Warfare Theory and Practice: Is There a Place for Legal Norms at All?
  • Olga Butkevych, The Operation of International Treaties and Contracts in the Event of Armed Conflict: Problems Reopened by Russian Aggression Against Ukraine
  • Jozef Valuch & Ondrej Hamulak, Cyber Operations During the Conflict in Ukraine and the Role of International Law
  • Anastasia Frolova, Foreign Fighters in the Framework of International Armed Conflict Between Russia and Ukraine
  • Natalia Krestovska, Children and the Armed Conflict in Eastern Ukraine
  • Evhen Tsybulenko & Bogdan Kelichavyi, International Legal Dimensions of the Russian Occupation of Crimea
  • Sergii Pakhomenko, Kateryna Tryma & J’moul A. Francis, The Russian–Ukrainian War in Donbas: Historical Memory as an Instrument of Information Warfare
  • Sergey Sayapin, An Alleged “Genocide of Russian-Speaking Persons” in Eastern Ukraine: Some Observations on the “Hybrid” Application of International Criminal Law by the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation
  • Gerhard Kemp & Igor Lyubashenko, The Conflict in Ukrainian Donbas: International, Regional and Comparative Perspectives on the Jus Post Bellum Options
  • Beatrice Onica Jarka, Triggering the International Criminal Court’s Jurisdiction for Alleged Crimes Committed Across Ukraine, Including in Crimea and Donbas
  • Rustam Atadjanov, War Crimes Committed During the Armed Conflict in Ukraine: What Should the ICC Focus On?
  • Ioannis P. Tzivaras, Sexual Violence in War-Torn Ukraine: A Challenge for International Criminal Justice
  • Katrin Nyman Metcalf, Post-conflict Reconstruction of Trust in the Media