Saturday, November 16, 2019

New Volume: Israel Yearbook on Human Rights

The latest volume of the Israel Yearbook on Human Rights (Vol. 49, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Claus Kreß, The Law of Naval Warfare and International Criminal Law: Germany's Federal Prosecutor on The Gaza Flotilla Incident
  • Kenneth Mann, Israeli Occupation of the West Bank and the Role of the Courts: The Case of Palestinian Workers in Israel
  • Yutaka Arai-Takahashi, Teasingly Inconclusive? Teasing out from the Travaux Préparatoires the Drafters’ Intentions on the So-Called ‘Homeland Battlefield Unprivileged Belligerents’ under the 1949 Geneva Conventions
  • Steven Hill & Leonard Holzer, Detention Operations in Non-International Armed Conflicts between International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights Law and National Standards: A NATO Perspective
  • Tassilo Singer, Airstrikes, UAVs and Fully Autonomous Weapon Systems, and the Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Law
  • Alan Baker, Politicization of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law: Israel’s Dilemma
  • Harry H. G. Post, The State of a Human Right to a Healthy Environment
  • Haggai Erlich, Self-Definition and the Rights of Others – The Case of Egypt
  • Robbie Sabel, Is International Law Relevant to the Arab-Israeli Conflict?
  • Arnon Gutfeld & Boaz Vanetik, The American Involvement in the Drafting of Security Council Resolution 242 (1967)
  • Guy Lurie & Yuval Shany, Invalidations of Laws in Israel in a Comparative Perspective
  • Yoram Dinstein, The Impact of the Holocaust on the Development of International Law
  • Jeff Lahav, Judgments of the Supreme Court of Israel Relating to Human Rights