Thursday, July 18, 2019

New Issue: Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies

The latest issue of the Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies (Vol. 10, no. 1, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Ergun Cakal, Political Violence and Its Discontents: A Critique of Refugee Status as Purely Civilian and Humanitarian
  • Smadar Ben-Natan, Revise Your Syllabi: Israeli Supreme Court Upholds Authorization for Torture and Ill-Treatment
  • Dale Stephens, Roots of Restraint in War: The Capacities and Limits of Law and the Critical Role of Social Agency in Ameliorating Violence in Armed Conflict
  • Hin-Yan Liu, Léonard Van Rompaey & Matthijs M Maas, Editorial Beyond Killer Robots: Networked Artificial Intelligence Systems Disrupting the Battlefield?
  • Hin-Yan Liu, From the Autonomy Framework towards Networks and Systems Approaches for ‘Autonomous’ Weapons Systems
  • Léonard Van Rompaey, Shifting from Autonomous Weapons to Military Networks
  • Matthijs M Maas, Innovation-Proof Global Governance for Military Artificial Intelligence? How I Learned to Stop Worrying, and Love the Bot
  • Valentin Jeutner, The Digital Geneva Convention: A Critical Appraisal of Microsoft’s Proposal
  • Nathan Edward Clark, Blurred Lines: Multi-Use Dynamics for Satellite Remote Sensing
  • Gary Schaub Jr., Controlling the Autonomous Warrior: Institutional and Agent-Based Approaches to Future Air Power