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    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law

     

    1998, Vol.1                2008, Vol.11

    1999, Vol.2                2009, Vol.12

    2000, Vol.3                2010, Vol.13

    2001, Vol.4                2011, Vol.14

    2002, Vol.5                2012, Vol.15

    2003 Vol.6

    2004, Vol.7

    2005, Vol.8

    2006, Vol.9

    2007, Vol.10

     

     

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 1998, Vol.1

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Christopher Greenwood

    INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND UNITED NATIONS MILITARY OPERATIONS

    pp. 3-34

    Ivo Josipovic

    IMPLEMENTING LEGISLATION FOR THE APPLICATION OF THE LAW ON THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA AND CRITERIA FOR ITS EVALUATION

    pp. 35-68

    Avril McDonald

    THE YEAR IN REVIEW

    pp. 113-160

     

    CORRESPONDENTS' REPORTS: A Guide to State Practice Concerning IHL

    pp. 395-527

    Raul Emilio Vinuesa

    INTERFACE, CORRESPONDENCE AND CONVERGENCE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW

    pp. 69-110

    Catherine Cisse

    THE END OF A CULTURE OF IMPUNITY IN RWANDA? Prosecution of Genocide and War Crimes before Rwandan Courts and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

    pp. 161-188

    Balakrishnan Rajagopal

    THE PRAGMATICS OF PROSECUTING THE KHMER ROUGE

    pp. 189-204

    Jordan J. Paust

    THE FREEING OF NTAKIRUTIMANA IN THE UNITED STATES AND 'EXTRADITION' TO THE ICTR

    pp. 205-209

    Peter Rowe

    DURESS AS A DEFENCE TO WAR CRIMES AFTER ERDEMOVIC: A LABORATORY1 FOR A PERMANENT COURT?

    pp. 210-228

    Peter Malanczuk

    A NOTE ON THE JUDGEMENT OF THE APPEALS CHAMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA ON THE ISSUANCE OF SUBPOENAE DUCES TECUM IN THE BLASKIC CASE

    pp. 229-244

    Maria Teresa Dutli

    NATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION MEASURES OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW: SOME PRACTICAL ASPECTS

    pp. 245-261

    Frits Kalshoven

    A COLOMBIAN VIEW ON PROTOCOL II

    pp. 262-268

    Stephen D. Goose

    THE OTTAWA PROCESS AND THE 1997 MINE BAN TREATY

    pp. 269-291

    Tim McCormack

    THE 'SANDLINE AFFAIR': PAPUA NEW GUINEA RESORTS TO MERCENARISM TO END THE BOUGAINVILLE CONFLICT

    pp. 292-300

    Robert C.R. Siekmann

    THE FALL OF SREBRENICA AND THE ATTITUDE OF DUTCHBAT FROM AN INTERNATIONAL LEGAL PERSPECTIVE

    pp. 301-312

    Jan Hladik

    THE REVIEW PROCESS OF THE 1954 HAGUE CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF CULTURAL PROPERTY IN THE EVENT OF ARMED CONFLICT AND ITS IMPACT ON INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW

    pp. 313-322

    Pietro Gargiulo

    THE ITALIAN LAW FOR THE BAN OF ANTI- PERSONNEL LANDMINES

    pp. 323-332

    Markus C. Zockler

    COMMENTARY ON PROTOCOL IV ON BLINDING LASER WEAPONS

    pp. 333-340

    Jose Alejandro Consigli

    THE PRIEBKE EXTRADITION CASE BEFORE THE ARGENTINE SUPREME COURT

    pp. 341-343

    Sergio Marchisio

    THE PRIEBKE CASE BEFORE THE ITALIAN MILITARY TRIBUNALS: A REAFFIRMATION OF THE PRINCIPLE OF NON-APPLICABILITY OF STATUTORY LIMITATIONS TO WAR CRIMES AND CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY

    pp. 344-353

    Franceses Martines

    THE DEFENCES OF REPRISALS, SUPERIOR ORDERS AND DURESS IN THE PRIEBKE CASE BEFORE THE ITALIAN MILITARY TRIBUNAL

    pp. 354-361

    Robert M. Young, Maria Molina

    IHL AND PEACE OPERATIONS: Sharing Canada's lessons learned from Somalia

    pp. 362-370

    Katia Boustany

    BROCKLEBANK: A QUESTIONABLE DECISION OF THE COURT MARTIAL APPEAL COURT OF CANADA

    pp. 371-374

    Natalia Lupi

    REPORT BY THE ENQUIRY COMMISSION ON THE BEHAVIOUR OF ITALIAN PEACE- KEEPING TROOPS IN SOMALIA

    pp. 375-379

    Horst Fischer

    SOME ASPECTS OF GERMAN STATE PRACTICE CONCERNING IHL

    pp. 380-394

     

    DOCUMENTATION

    pp. 529-534

     

    DOCUMENTS: PRISONERS OF WAR

    pp. 535-644

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 1999, Vol.2

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Frits Kalshoven

    THE UNDERTAKING TO RESPECT AND ENSURE RESPECT IN ALL CIRCUMSTANCES: FROM TINY SEED TO RIPENING FRUIT

    pp. 3-61

    Thomas Desch

    THE SECOND PROTOCOL TO THE 1954 HAGUE CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF CULTURAL PROPERTY IN THE EVENT OF ARMED CONFLICT

    pp. 63-90

    Colin Warbrick, Elena Martin Salgado, Nicholas Goodwin

    THE PINOCHET CASES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

    pp. 91-117

    Shabtai Rosenne

    THE JURISDICTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

    pp. 119-141

    Hans-Peter Kaul, Claus Kre O

    JURISDICTION AND COOPERATION IN THE STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT: PRINCIPLES AND COMPROMISES

    pp. 143-175

    Djamchid Momtaz

    WAR CRIMES IN NON-INTERNATIONAL ARMED CONFLICTS UNDER THE STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

    pp. 177-192

    Darryl Robinson, Herman von Hebel

    WAR CRIMES IN INTERNAL CONFLICTS: ARTICLE 8 OF THE ICC STATUTE

    pp. 193-209

     

    CORRESPONDENTS' REPORTS: A guide to state practice concerning International Humanitarian Law

    pp. 327-429

    Avril McDonald

    THE YEAR IN REVIEW

    pp. 213-253

    John Dugard

    SOUTH AFRICA'S TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION PROCESS AND INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW

    pp. 254-263

    Lisa Woollomes Tabassi

    NATIONAL IMPLEMENTING LEGISLATION FOR THE CHEMICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE FIRST TWO YEARS1

    pp. 264-282

    Knut Dormann

    THE FIRST AND SECOND SESSIONS OF THE PREPARATORY COMMISSION FOR THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

    pp. 283-306

    Ian Bryan, Peter Rowe

    THE ROLE OF EVIDENCE IN WAR CRIMES TRIALS: THE COMMON LAW AND THE YUGOSLAV TRIBUNAL1

    pp. 307-323

     

    DOCUMENTATION

    pp. 432-436

     

    DOCUMENTATION

    pp. 437-567

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2000, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Adam Roberts

    THE SO- CALLED 'RIGHT' OF HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION

    pp. 3-51

    W.J. Fenrick

    THE LAW APPLICABLE TO TARGETING AND PROPORTIONALITY AFTER OPERATION ALLIED FORCE: A VIEW FROM THE OUTSIDE

    pp. 53-80

    Eric David

    RESPECT FOR THE PRINCIPLE OF DISTINCTION IN THE KOSOVO WAR

    pp. 81-107

    Richard Desgagne

    THE PREVENTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE IN TIME OF ARMED CONFLICT: PROPORTIONALITY AND PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES

    pp. 109-129

    Bing Bing Jia

    THE DOCTRINE OF COMMAND RESPONSIBILITY: CURRENT PROBLEMS

    pp. 131-165

    Avril McDonald

    THE YEAR IN REVIEW

    pp. 169-225

    Matthew Happold

    THE OPTIONAL PROTOCOL TO THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD ON THE INVOLVEMENT OF CHILDREN IN ARMED CONFLICT

    pp. 226-244

    Mutoy Mubiala

    THE ECOWAS MORATORIUM ON SMALL ARMS IN WEST AFRICA

    pp. 245-257

    Zidane Meriboute

    THE EMBLEMS OF THE 1949 GENEVA CONVENTIONS: THEIR CONTENT AND MEANING

    pp. 258-272

    Herman von Hebel, Maria Kelt

    SOME COMMENTS ON THE ELEMENTS OF CRIMES FOR THE CRIMES OF THE ICC STATUTE

    pp. 273-288

    Silvia A. Fernandez de Gurmendi, Hakan Friman

    THE RULES OF PROCEDURE AND EVIDENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

    pp. 289-336

    William A. Schabas

    CANADIAN IMPLEMENTING LEGISLATION FOR THE ROME STATUTE

    pp. 337-346

    Bruce M. Oswald

    THE INTERFET DETAINEE MANAGEMENT UNIT IN EAST TIMOR

    pp. 347-361

    Andrew D. Mitchell

    IS GENOCIDE A CRIME UNKNOWN TO AUSTRALIAN LAW? NULYARIMMA V. THOMPSON

    pp. 362-383

    Jann K. Kleffner, Liesbeth Zegveld

    ESTABLISHING AN INDIVIDUAL COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE FOR VIOLATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW

    pp. 384-401

     

    DOCUMENTATION

    pp. 618-622

     

    DOCUMENTS

    pp. 623-769

     

    CORRESPONDENTS' REPORTS: A guide to state practice concerning International Humanitarian Law

    pp. 405-616

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2001, Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Peter G. Danchin

    TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE IN AFGHANISTAN: CONFRONTING VIOLATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN AND HUMAN RIGHTS LAW1

    pp. 3-51

    Michael N. Schmitt

    COMPUTER NETWORK ATTACK: THE NORMATIVE SOFTWARE

    pp. 53-85

    Jan Christoph Nemitz

    THE LAW OF SENTENCING IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW: THE PURPOSES OF SENTENCING AND THE APPLICABLE METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE SENTENCE

    pp. 87-127

    Heike Spieker

    TWENTY- FIVE YEARS AFTER THE ADOPTION OF ADDITIONAL PROTOCOL II: BREAKTHROUGH OR FAILURE OF HUMANITARIAN LEGAL PROTECTION?

    pp. 129-166

    Suzannah Linton, Caitlin Reiger

    THE EVOLVING JURISPRUDENCE AND PRACTICE OF EAST TIMOR'S SPECIAL PANELS FOR SERIOUS CRIMES ON ADMISSIONS OF GUILT, DURESS AND SUPERIOR ORDERS

    pp. 167-212

    Michael Kelly

    TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE IN PEACE OPERATIONS: SHAPING THE TWILIGHT ZONE IN SOMALIA AND EAST TIMOR

    pp. 213-251

     

    THE YEAR IN REVIEW

    pp. 255-327

    Hans-Peter Gasser

    INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW, THE PROHIBITION OF TERRORIST ACTS AND THE FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM

    pp. 329-347

    Noelle Quenivet

    THE MOSCOW HOSTAGE CRISIS IN THE LIGHT OF THE ARMED CONFLICT IN CHECHNYA

    pp. 348-372

    Jan Wouters, Leen De Smet

    THE ICJ'S JUDGMENT IN THE CASE CONCERNING THE ARREST WARRANT OF 11 APRIL 2000: SOME CRITICAL OBSERVATIONS

    pp. 373-388

    Matthew Happold

    THE CONFERENCE OF HIGH CONTRACTING PARTIES TO THE FOURTH GENEVA CONVENTION

    pp. 389-405

    Robert J. Mathews

    THE SECOND REVIEW CONFERENCE OF THE 1980 CONVENTION ON CERTAIN CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS

    pp. 406-418

    Jan Hladik

    THE CONTROL SYSTEM UNDER THE HAGUE CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF CULTURAL PROPERTY IN THE EVENT OF ARMED CONFLICT 1954 AND ITS SECOND PROTOCOL

    pp. 419-431

     

    DOCUMENTATION

    pp. 645-648

     

    DOCUMENTS

    pp. 649-775

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2002, Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Jose Doria

    ANGOLA: A CASE STUDY IN THE CHALLENGES OF ACHIEVING PEACE AND THE QUESTION OF AMNESTY OR PROSECUTION OF WAR CRIMES IN MIXED ARMED CONFLICTS

    pp. 3-60

    Yutaka Arai-Takahashi

    DISENTANGLING LEGAL QUAGMIRES: THE LEGAL CHARACTERISATION OF THE ARMED CONFLICTS IN AFGHANISTAN SINCE 6/ 7 OCTOBER 2001 AND THE QUESTION OF PRISONER OF WAR STATUS

    pp. 61-105

    Shane Darcy

    WHAT FUTURE FOR THE DOCTRINE OF BELLIGERENT REPRISALS?

    pp. 107-130

    William A. Schabas

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAW OF GENOCIDE

    pp. 131-165

    David Boyle

    ESTABLISHING THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE KHMER ROUGE LEADERSHIP FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMES

    pp. 167-218

    Christoph J.M. Safferling

    INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND ITS PARTICIPANTS: AN EXAMINATION OF THE INTERACTION OF JUDGES, PROSECUTOR AND DEFENCE AT THE YUGOSLAV TRIBUNAL

    pp. 219-252

     

    THE YEAR IN REVIEW

    pp. 255-312

    Abdul Tejan-Cole

    THE COMPLEMENTARY AND CONFLICTING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE SPECIAL COURT FOR SIERRA LEONE AND THE TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION COMMISSION

    pp. 313-330

    Janet Manuell, Aleksandar Kontic

    TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE: THE PROSECUTION OF WAR CRIMES IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA UNDER THE "RULES OF THE ROAD"

    pp. 331-343

    Roberta Arnold

    THE LIABILITY OF CIVILIANS UNDER INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW'S WAR CRIMES PROVISIONS

    pp. 344-359

    Louis Maresca

    REGULATING EXPLOSIVE REMNANTS OF WAR

    pp. 360-374

    Hans-Peter Gasser

    THE CONFLICT IN WESTERN SAHARA- AN UNRESOLVED ISSUE FROM THE DECOLONIZATION PERIOD

    pp. 375-380

    Antoine A. Bouvier, Katie E. Sams

    TEACHING INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW IN UNIVERSITIES: THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS'

    pp. 381-393

    Luc Walleyn

    UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION: LESSONS FROM THE BELGIAN EXPERIENCE

    pp. 394-406

    Ralf Trapp, Lisa Tabassi

    THE FIRST OPCW REVIEW CONFERENCE OF THE CHEMICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION

    pp. 407-421

     

    CORRESPONDENTS' REPORTS: A Guide to State Practice Concerning International Humanitarian Law

    pp. 425-645

     

    DOCUMENTATION

    pp. 648-652

     

    DOCUMENTS

    pp. 653-823

     

    TABLE OF CASES

    pp. 953-964

     

    INDEX

    pp. 965-1022

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2003 Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Yves Sandoz

    INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW IN THE TWENTY- FIRST CENTURY

    pp. 3-40

    Dieter Fleck

    INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AFTER SEPTEMBER 11: CHALLENGES AND THE NEED TO RESPOND

    pp. 41-71

    Michael N. Schmitt

    THE CONDUCT OF HOSTILITIES DURING OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: AN INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW ASSESSMENT

    pp. 73-109

    Dinah PoKempner, Marc Garlasco, Bonnie Docherty

    OFF TARGET ON THE IRAQ CAMPAIGN: A RESPONSE TO PROFESSOR SCHMITT

    pp. 111-125

    Michael J. Kelly

    IRAQ AND THE LAW OF OCCUPATION: NEW TESTS FOR AN OLD LAW

    pp. 127-165

    Francois Bugnion

    JUS AD BELLUM, JUS INBELLO AND NON- INTERNATIONAL ARMED CONFLICTS

    pp. 167-198

    Keiichiro Okimoto

    VIOLATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW BY UNITED NATIONS FORCES AND THEIR LEGAL CONSEQUENCES

    pp. 199-236

    Avril McDonald

    THE YEAR IN REVIEW

    pp. 239-291

    Olivia Swaak-Goldman, Maria Nybondas

    INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS ROUND- UP

    pp. 292-318

    James Sloan

    BREACHING INTERNATIONAL LAW TO ENSURE ITS ENFORCEMENT: THE RELIANCE BY THE ICTY ON ILLEGAL CAPTURE

    pp. 319-344

    Steven A. Solomon

    THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON CERTAIN CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS OF 1980: ITS RECENT DEVELOPMENT AND INCREASING SIGNIFICANCE

    pp. 345-365

    Hans-Peter Gasser

    THE JOURNALIST'S RIGHT TO INFORMATION IN TIME OF WAR AND ON DANGEROUS MISSIONS

    pp. 366-388

    Geoff Gilbert

    THE PROTECTION OF REFUGEES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW POST SEPTEMBER 11 2001

    pp. 389-408

    Carla Ferstman

    THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT'S TRUST FUND FOR VICTIMS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

    pp. 424-434

    George H. Aldrich

    THE WORK OF THE ERITREA- ETHIOPIA CLAIMS COMMISSION

    pp. 435-442

     

    CORRESPONDENTS' REPORTS: A guide to state practice in the field of international humanitarian law

    pp. 445-670

     

    DOCUMENTATION: CLASSIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS

    pp. 673-676

     

    DOCUMENTS

    pp. 677-765

     

    TABLE OF CASES

    pp. 807-817

     

    INDEX

    pp. 819-874

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2004, Vol.7

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

     

    CORRESPONDENTS

    pp. VI-XVI

    A.P.V. Rogers

    UNEQUAL COMBAT AND THE LAW OF WAR

    pp. 3-34

    Joseph Holland

    MILITARY OBJECTIVE AND COLLATERAL DAMAGE: THEIR RELATIONSHIPAND DYNAMICS

    pp. 35-78

    Noam Neuman

    APPLYING THE RULE OF PROPORTIONALITY: FORCE PROTECTION AND CUMULATIVE ASSESSMENT IN INTERNATIONAL LAWAND MORALITY

    pp. 79-112

    David D. Jividen

    JUS IN BELLO IN THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY: REAPING THE BENEFITS AND FACING THE CHALLENGES OF MODERN WEAPONRYAND MILITARY STRATEGY

    pp. 113-152

    William J. Fenrick

    THE PROSECUTION OF UNLAWFUL ATTACK CASES BEFORE THE ICTY

    pp. 153-189

    Owen Thomas Gibbons

    USES AND EFFECTS OF DEPLETED URANIUM MUNITIONS: TOWARDS A MORATORIUM ON USE

    pp. 191-232

    Jonathan Thompson Horowitz

    THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION IN OCCUPIED TERRITORIES: MAKING MORE ROOM FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN OCCUPATION LAW

    pp. 233-277

    Avril McDonald

    THE YEAR IN REVIEW

    pp. 281-323

    Olivia Swaak-Goldman, Maria Nybondas

    INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS ROUND- UP

    pp. 324-351

    Yuval Shany

    HEAD AGAINST THE WALL? ISRAEL S REJECTION OF THE ADVISORY OPINION ON THE LEGAL CONSEQUENCE OF THE CONSTRUCTION OFAWALL IN THE OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES

    pp. 352-372

    Mustafa Mari

    THE ICJ S ADVISORY OPINION ON THE CONSEQUENCES OF ISRAEL S CONSTRUCTION OFA SEPARATION BARRIER IN THE OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: A MOVE IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION OR AN IMPEDIMENT TO PEACE?

    pp. 373-387

    Rytis Satkauskas

    SOVIET GENOCIDE TRIALS IN THE BALTIC STATES: THE RELEVANCE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

    pp. 388-409

    Chiseche Mibenge

    ENFORCING INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAWAT THE NATIONAL LEVEL: THE GACACA JURISDICTIONS OF RWANDA

    pp. 410-424

    Charles Garraway

    THE USE AND ABUSE OF MILITARY MANUALS

    pp. 425-440

     

    CORRESPONDENTS REPORTS: A guide to state practice in the field of international humanitarian law

    pp. 443-640

     

    CLASSIFICATION SCHEME

    pp. 641-646

     

    DOCUMENTS 2003- 2004

    pp. 647-660

     

    BIBLIOGRAPHY 2003- 2004

    pp. 661-728

     

    TABLE OF CASES

    pp. 729-737

     

    INDEX

    pp. 739-787

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2005, Vol.8

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

     

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law

    pp. III-XVI

    Kenneth Watkin

    ASSESSING PROPORTIONALITY: MORAL COMPLEXITYAND LEGAL RULES

    pp. 3-53

    W. Hays Parks

    CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS AND WEAPONS REVIEWS

    pp. 55-142

    Michael Bothe

    CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW: SOME REFLECTIONS ON THE ICRC STUDY

    pp. 143-178

    Steven Solomon, David Kaye

    THE INTERNATIONAL LAW OF HAMDAN V. RUMSFELD

    pp. 179-207

    Avril McDonald

    THE YEAR IN REVIEW

    pp. 211-264

    Rod Rastan, Maria Nybondas

    INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS ROUND- UP

    pp. 265-295

    Gerrit Jan Pulles

    CRYSTALLISING AN EMBLEM: ON THE ADOPTION OF THE THIRD ADDITIONAL PROTOCOLTO THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS

    pp. 296-319

    Matthias Neuner

    THE DARFUR REFERRAL OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL AND THE SCOPE OF THE JURISDICTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

    pp. 320-343

    Djamchid Momtaz

    ISRAEL AND THE FOURTH GENEVA CONVENTION: ON THE ICJ ADVISORY OPINION CONCERNING THE SEPARATION BARRIER

    pp. 344-355

    Mustafa Mari

    THE ISRAELI DISENGAGEMENT FROM THE GAZA STRIP: AN END OF THE OCCUPATION?

    pp. 356-368

    Yuval Shany

    FARAWAY, SO CLOSE: THE LEGAL STATUS OF GAZA AFTER ISRAEL S DISENGAGEMENT

    pp. 369-383

     

    CORRESPONDENTS REPORTS: A guide to state practice in the field of international humanitarian law

    pp. 387-532

     

    CLASSIFICATION SCHEME

    pp. 535-539

     

    BIBLIOGRAPHY 2004- 2005

    pp. 541-615

     

    TABLE OF CASES

    pp. 617-624

     

    INDEX

    pp. 625-669

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2006, Vol.9

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Peter Rowe

    THE OBLIGATION OF A STATE UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW TO PROTECT MEMBERS OF ITS OWN ARMED FORCES DURING ARMED CONFLICT OR OCCUPATION

    pp. 3-24

    Dale Stephens, Angeline Lewis

    THE TARGETING OF CIVILIAN CONTRACTORS IN ARMED CONFLICT

    pp. 25-64

    Gideon Boas, Timothy L.H. McCormack

    LEARNING THE LESSONS OF THE MILOSEVIC TRIAL

    pp. 65-85

    Nils Melzer

    TARGETED KILLING OR LESS HARMFUL MEANS? ISRAEL S HIGH COURT JUDGMENT ON TARGETED KILLING AND THE RESTRICTIVE FUNCTION OF MILITARY NECESSITY

    pp. 87-113

    Michael A. Newton

    IMPLEMENTING INTERNATIONAL LAW: A QUALIFIED DEFENSE OF THE AL DUJAIL TRIAL

    pp. 117-151

    Eric H. Blinderman

    THE EXECUTION OF SADDAM HUSSEIN A LEGAL ANALYSIS

    pp. 153-179

    William H. Wiley

    THE CASE OF TAHAYASEEN RAMADAN BEFORE THE IRAQI HIGH TRIBUNAL: AN INSIDER S PERSPECTIVE

    pp. 181-243

    Avril McDonald

    THE YEAR IN REVIEW

    pp. 247-310

    Enrique Carnero Rojo, Maria Nybondas

    INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS ROUND- UP

    pp. 311-361

    Yael Ronen

    ISRAEL, HIZBOLLAH, AND THE SECOND LEBANON WAR

    pp. 362-393

     

    INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW FROM A FIELD PERSPECTIVE CASE STUDY: NEPAL

    pp. 394-417

     

    CORRESPONDENTS REPORTS: A guide to state practice in the field of international humanitarian law

    pp. 421-640

     

    CLASSIFICATION SCHEME

    pp. 643-647

     

    BIBLIOGRAPHY 2005- 2006

    pp. 649-713

     

    TABLE OF CASES

    pp. 715-726

     

    INDEX

    pp. 727-760

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    pp. VII-XVI

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2007, Vol.10

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Ove Bring

    HUMANITARIAN LAWAND LITERATURE: FROM UTOPIA TO SLAUGHTERHOUSE- FIVE

    pp. 3-44

    Marco Sassoli

    THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW: CURRENTAND INHERENT CHALLENGES

    pp. 45-73

    I.J. MacLeod, A.P.V. Rogers

    THE USE OF WHITE PHOSPHORUS AND THE LAW OFWAR

    pp. 75-97

    Marten Zwanenburg

    THE LAW OF OCCUPATION REVISITED: THE BEGINNING OF AN OCCUPATION

    pp. 99-130

    Amna Guellali, Enrique Carnero Rojo

    INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS ROUND- UP

    pp. 133-197

    Sarah Finnin

    UPDATE ON UNITED STATES MILITARY COMMISSIONS

    pp. 198-231

    Gabor Rona

    AN APPRAISAL OF US PRACTICE RELATING TO 'ENEMY COMBATANTS'

    pp. 232-250

    John Borrie

    THE LONG YEAR : EMERGING INTERNATIONAL EFFORTS TO ADDRESS THE HUMANITARIAN IMPACTS OF CLUSTER MUNITIONS, 2006- 2007

    pp. 251-275

     

    CORRESPONDENTS REPORTS: A guide to state practice in the field of international humanitarian law

    pp. 279-465

     

    CLASSIFICATION SCHEME

    pp. 469-474

     

    BIBLIOGRAPHY 2006- 2007

    pp. 475-533

     

    TABLE OF CASES

    pp. 535-542

     

    INDEX

    pp. 543-572

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2008, Vol.11

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Th.A. van Baarda

    MORAL AMBIGUITIES UNDERLYING THE LAWS OF ARMED CONFLICT: A PERSPECTIVE FROM MILITARY ETHICS

    pp. 3-49

    Dan Kuwali

    PROTECT RESPONSIBLY: THE AFRICAN UNION S IMPLEMENTATION OF ARTICLE 4(H) INTERVENTION

    pp. 51-108

    Ola Engdahl

    THE STATUS OF PEACE OPERATION PERSONNEL UNDER INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW

    pp. 109-138

    Ray Murphy, Declan Gannon

    CHANGING THE LANDSCAPE: ISRAEL S GROSS VIOLATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW IN THE OCCUPIED SYRIAN GOLAN

    pp. 139-174

    James P. Benoit

    MISTREATMENT OF THE WOUNDED, SICK AND SHIPWRECKED BY THE ICRC STUDY ON CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW

    pp. 175-219

    Benjamin To

    THE YEAR IN REVIEW

    pp. 223-254

    Amna Guellali, Enrique Carnero Rojo

    INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS ROUND- UP

    pp. 255-372

    Nina H.B. Jorgensen

    THE EXTRAORDINARY CHAMBERS IN THE COURTS OF CAMBODIA AND THE PROGRESS OF THE KHMER ROUGE TRIALS

    pp. 373-389

    Nout van Woudenberg, Wouter Wormgoor

    THE CLUSTER MUNITIONS CONVENTION: AROUND THE WORLD IN ONE YEAR

    pp. 391-404

     

    CORRESPONDENTS REPORTS: A guide to State practice in the fi eld of international humanitarian law

    pp. 407-595

     

    TABLE OF CASES

    pp. 597-602

     

    INDEX

    pp. 603-639

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2009, Vol.12

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Luis Moreno-Ocampo

    THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT SOME REFLECTIONS

    pp. 3-12

    Adam Roberts

    THE CIVILIAN IN MODERN WAR

    pp. 13-51

    Ryan Goodman

    CONTROLLING THE RECOURSE TO WAR BY MODIFYING JUS IN BELLO

    pp. 53-84

    Dale Stephens

    BLURRING THE LINES: THE INTERPRETATION, DISCOURSE AND APPLICATION OF THE LAW OF ARMED CONFLICT

    pp. 85-118

    Brian J. Bill

    THE RENDULIC "RULE": MILITARY NECESSITY, COMMANDER S KNOWLEDGE, AND METHODS OF WARFARE

    pp. 119-155

    Louise Arimatsu

    TERRITORY, BOUNDARIES AND THE LAW OF ARMED CONFLICT

    pp. 157-192

    Susan C. Breau

    THE YEAR IN REVIEW

    pp. 195-232

    David Turns, Enrique Carnero Rojo, Julieta Solano McCausland, Aleks Bojovic

    INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS ROUND- UP

    pp. 233-262

    Geoffrey S. Corn, Eric Talbot Jensen

    THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION S FIRST YEAR AND IHL: A PRAGMATIST RECLAIMS THE HIGH GROUND

    pp. 263-286

    William J. Fenrick

    ICRC GUIDANCE ON DIRECT PARTICIPATION IN HOSTILITIES

    pp. 287-300

    Michael N. Schmitt

    TARGETING NARCOINSURGENTS IN AFGHANISTAN: THE LIMITS OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW

    pp. 301-320

    Marie-Louise Tougas

    SOME COMMENTS AND OBSERVATIONS ON THE MONTREUX DOCUMENT

    pp. 321-345

    Laurie R. Blank

    THE APPLICATION OF IHL IN THE GOLDSTONE REPORT: A CRITICAL COMMENTARY

    pp. 347-402

    Aisling Swaine

    ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL OF NATIONAL ACTION PLANS TO ADVANCE IMPLEMENTATION OF UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1325

    pp. 403-433

    Cordula Droege, Louise Arimatsu

    THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW: CONFERENCE REPORT

    pp. 435-449

     

    CORRESPONDENTS REPORTS: A guide to State practice in the fi eld of international humanitarian law

    pp. 453-695

     

    CLASSIFICATION SCHEME

    pp. 699-703

     

    BIBLIOGRAPHY 2008- 2009

    pp. 705-731

     

    TABLE OF CASES

    pp. 733-738

     

    INDEX

    pp. 739-778

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2010, Vol.13

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Robert Chesney

    Chapter 1- Who May Be Killed? Anwar al- Awlaki as a Case Study in the International Legal Regulation of Lethal Force

    pp. 3-60

    Galit Raguan

    Chapter 2- Adjudicating Armed Conflict in Domestic Courts: The Experience of Israel s Supreme Court

    pp. 61-95

    Chris De Cock

    Chapter 3- Counter- Insurgency Operations in Afghanistan. What about the Jus ad Bellum and the Jus in Bello : Is the Law Still Accurate?

    pp. 97-132

    Ian Henderson

    Chapter 4- Civilian Intelligence Agencies and the Use of Armed Drones

    pp. 133-173

    Christine Byron

    Chapter 5- International Humanitarian Law and Bombing Campaigns: Legitimate Military Objectives and Excessive Collateral Damage

    pp. 175-211

    Rob McLaughlin

    Chapter 6- The Law of Armed Conflict and International Human Rights Law: Some Paradigmatic Differences and Operational Implications

    pp. 213-243

    Alon Margalit, Sarah Hibbin

    Chapter 7- Unlawful Presence of Protected Persons in Occupied Territory? An Analysis of Israel s Permit Regime and Expulsions from the West Bank under the Law of Occupation

    pp. 245-282

    Louise Arimatsu, Mohbuba Choudhury

    Chapter 8- Year in Review

    pp. 285-310

    Michael N. Schmitt

    Chapter 9- Drone Attacks under the Jus ad Bellum And Jus in Bello: Clearing the Fog of Law

    pp. 311-326

    Ivana Vuco

    Chapter 10- Domestic, Legal or Other Proceedings Undertaken by Both the Government of Israel and the Palestinian Side

    pp. 327-336

    Robin Geib

    Chapter 11- Poison, Gas and Expanding Bullets: The Extension of the List of Prohibited Weapons at the Review Conference of the International Criminal Court in Kampala

    pp. 337-352

    Stephanie Carvin

    Chapter 12- The US Department of Defense Law of War Manual: An Update

    pp. 353-363

    James Kraska

    Chapter 13- Rule Selection in the Case of Israel s Naval Blockade of Gaza: Law of Naval Warfare or Law of the Sea?

    pp. 367-395

    Andrew Sanger

    Chapter 14- The Contemporary Law of Blockade and the Gaza Freedom Flotilla

    pp. 397-446

     

    Correspondents Reports A Guide to State Practice in the Field of International Humanitarian Law

    pp. 449-660

     

    Classification Scheme

    pp. 663-668

     

    Bibliography 2010

    pp. 669-694

     

    Table of Cases

    pp. 695-700

     

    Index

    pp. 701-742

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2011, Vol.14

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Annyssa Bellal, Louise Doswald-Beck

    Chapter 1- Evaluating the Use of Force During the Arab Spring

    pp. 3-35

    Amichai Cohen, Yuval Shany

    Chapter 2- Beyond the Grave Breaches Regime: The Duty to Investigate Alleged Violations of International Law Governing Armed Conflicts

    pp. 37-84

    Sean Watts

    Chapter 3- Domestic Investigation of Suspected Law of Armed Conflict Violations: United States Procedures, Policies, and Practices

    pp. 85-105

    Aoife O Donoghue

    Chapter 4- Splendid Isolation: International Humanitarian Law, Legal Theory and the International Legal Order

    pp. 107-131

    George Cadwalader

    Chapter 5- The Rules Governing the Conduct of Hostilities in Additional Protocol I to the Geneva Conventions of 1949: A Review of Relevant United States References

    pp. 133-171

    Mohbuba Choudhury, Aleksandra Bojovic, Louise Arimatsu

    Chapter 6- Year in Review 2011

    pp. 175-211

    Chris De Cock

    Chapter 7- Operation Unified Protector and the Protection of Civilians in Libya

    pp. 213-235

    Jelena Pejic

    Chapter 8- The ECtHR s Al- Jedda Judgment: Implications for IHL

    pp. 237-253

    Beth Van Schaack

    Chapter 9- The Killing of Osama Bin Laden and Anwar Al- Aulaqi: Uncharted Legal Territory

    pp. 255-325

    Helen Durham, Phoebe Wynn-Pope

    Chapter 10- Protecting the Helpers : Humanitarians and Health Care Workers During Times of Armed Conflict

    pp. 327-346

    Dieter Fleck

    Chapter 11- International Humanitarian Law a Decade after September 11: Developments and Perspectives

    pp. 349-360

    W. Hays Parks

    Chapter 12- Perspective and the Importance of History

    pp. 361-382

    Charles Garraway

    Chapter 13- Can the Law of Armed Conflict Survive 9/ 11?

    pp. 383-390

    Rob McLaughlin

    Chapter 14- Terrorism as a Central Theme in the Evolution of Maritime Operations Law Since 11 September 2011

    pp. 391-409

    Matthew C. Waxman

    Chapter 15- Temporality and Terrorism in International Humanitarian Law

    pp. 411-417

    Vijay M. Padmanabhan

    Chapter 16- Legacy of 9/ 11: Continuing the Humanization of Humanitarian Law

    pp. 419-430

    Charles J. Dunlap

    Chapter 17- The Mottled Legacy of 9/ 11: A Few Reflections on the Evolution of the International Law of Armed Conflict

    pp. 431-442

    Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, 2012, Vol.15

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg

    The Tallinn Manual and International Cyber Security Law

    pp. 3-18

    Nicholas Tsagourias

    The Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare: A Commentary on Chapter II- The Use of Force

    pp. 19-43

    Rain Liivoja, Tim McCormack

    Law in the Virtual Battlespace: The Tallin Manual and the Jus in Bello

    pp. 45-58

    Sylvain Vite

    Between Consolidation and Innovation: The International Criminal Court's Trial Chamber Judgment in the Lubanga Case

    pp. 61-85

    Mark A. Drumbl

    The Effects of the Lubanga Case on Understanding and Preventing Child Soldiering

    pp. 87-116

    Joe Tan

    Sexual Violence Against Children on the Battlefield as a Crime of Using Child Soldiers: Square Pegs in Round Holes and Missed Opportunities in Lubanga

    pp. 117-151

    Alon Margalit

    The Duty to Investigate Civilian Casualties During Armed Conflict and Its Implementation in Practice

    pp. 155-186

    Christophe Paulussen, Jessica Dorsey

    Year in Review 2012

    pp. 187-236

     

    Table of Cases

    pp. 237-240

     

    Index

    pp. 241-256

    Jacques Hartmann

    The Copenhagen Process: Principles and Guidelines

    pp. 3-32

    Ramin Mahnad

    Beyond Process: The Material Framework for Detention and the Particularities of Non-International Armed Conflict

    pp. 33-51

    James Turner Johnson

    A Dialogue: Ethics, Law, and the Question of Detention in Non- International Armed Conflicts

    pp. 53-68

    Bill Boothby

    Autonomous Attack- Opportunity or Spectre?

    pp. 71-88

    Paul Eden

    The Practices of Apartheid as a War Crime: A Critical Analysis

    pp. 89-117

    Michelle Lesh

    A Critical Discussion of the Second Turkel Report and How It Engages with the Duty to Investigate Under International Law

    pp. 119-145

    Christophe Paulussen, Jessica Dorsey, Sarah-Jane Koulen

    Year in Review 2013

    pp. 147-216

    Jessica Dorsey, Christophe Paulussen

    Boundaries of the Battlefield: A Critical Look at the Legal Paradigms and Rules in Countering Terrorism

    pp. 219-250

    Terry D. Gill

    Some Thoughts on the Relationship Between International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law: A Plea for Mutual Respect and a Common- Sense Approach

    pp. 251-266

    Gilles De Kerchove, Christiane Hohn

    Counter- Terrorism and International Law Since 9/ 11, Including in the EU- US Context

    pp. 267-295

    Laurie R. Blank

    Debates and Dichotomies: Exploring the Presumptions Underlying Contentions About the Geography of Armed Conflict

    pp. 297-318

    Peter Margulies, Matthew Sinnot

    Crossing Borders to Target Al- Qaeda and Its Affiliates: Defining Networks as Organized Armed Groups in Non-International Armed Conflicts

    pp. 319-345

     

    Table of Cases

    pp. 347-350

     

    Index

    pp. 351-369

    Peter Maurer

    The Evolution in the Legal Protection of Victims of Armed Conflict

    pp. 3-8

    Ahmet Uzumcu

    One Hundred Years of Chemical Warfare and Disarmament: Then and Now

    pp. 9-12

    Wim Klinkert

    Warfare 1914- 2014: The Most Violent Century in Human History

    pp. 13-21

    Thilo Marauhn

    The Prohibition to Use Chemical Weapons

    pp. 25-44

    Jonathan Herbach

    The Evolution of Legal Approaches to Controlling Nuclear and Radiological Weapons and Combating the Threat of Nuclear Terrorism

    pp. 45-66

    Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg

    The Development of the Law of Naval Warfare from the Nineteenth to the Twenty- First Century- Some Select Issues

    pp. 69-93

    Emily Crawford

    From Inter- state and Symmetric to Intrastate and Asymmetric: Changing Methods of Warfare and the Law of Armed Conflict in the 100 Years Since World War One

    pp. 95-118

    Keiichiro Okimoto

    Humanitarian Activities Carried Out Across Borders in Times of Armed Conflict in the Light of State Sovereignty and International Humanitarian Law

    pp. 121-143

    Emilie E. Kuijt

    Legal Challenges in the Provision of Humanitarian Assistance: The Case of Non-international Armed Conflicts

    pp. 145-166

    Yael Ronen

    A Century of the Law of Occupation

    pp. 169-188

    Kevin Chamberlain

    Casualties of Armed Conflict: Protecting Cultural Property

    pp. 189-211

    Frederique van Oijen, Jessica Dorsey

    Year in Review 2014

    pp. 215-275

    Kenneth Watkin

    Military Advantage: A Matter of "Value", Strategy, and Tactics

    pp. 277-364

     

    Table of Cases

    pp. 365-367

     

    Index

    pp. 369-391

    Jose Serralvo

    Government Recognition and International Humanitarian Law Applicability in Post- Gaddafi Libya

    pp. 3-41

    Bogdan Ivanel

    Puppet States: A Growing Trend of Covert Occupation

    pp. 43-65

    Carrie A. Comer, Daniel M. Mburu

    Humanitarian Law at Wits End: Does the Violence Arising from the "War on Drugs" in Mexico Meet the International Criminal Court's Non- International Armed Conflict Threshold?

    pp. 67-89

    Noam Zamir

    The Armed Conflict (s) Against the Islamic State

    pp. 91-121

    Annyssa Bellal

    Beyond the Pale? Engaging the Islamic State on International Humanitarian Law

    pp. 123-152

    Elad David Gil

    Trapped: Three Dilemmas in the Law of Proportionality and Asymmetric Warfare

    pp. 153-180

    Ezequiel Heffes

    Generating Respect for International Humanitarian Law: The Establishment of Courts by Organized Non- State Armed Groups in Light of the Principle of Equality of Belligerents

    pp. 181-201

    Clare Frances Moran

    Defences for War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity? Duress and the Rome Statute

    pp. 205-223

    Berenice Boutin, Kate Pitcher, Onur Guven

    Year in Review 2015

    pp. 225-286

     

    Table of Cases

    pp. 287-294

     

    Index

    pp. 295-312

     


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