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Grey zone civilian protection between human rights and the laws of war

Contributor(s): Lattimer, Mark | Sands, Philippe, 1960-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford Hart 2018Description: xxiii,448p.ISBN: 9781509908639.Subject(s): War -- Protection of civilians | Combatants and noncombatants (International law) | War (International law) | Civilians in war | Civilian war casualties | War victims -- Legal status, laws, etc | War victims -- Civil rights | Humanitarian lawDDC classification: 341.67
Contents:
Who is a civilian? membership of opposition groups and direct participation in hostilities / Emily Crawford -- The duty in international law to investigate civilian deaths in armed conflict / Mark Lattimer -- Protection by process : implementing the principle of proportionality in contemporary armed conflicts / Amichai Cohen -- Regulating armed drones and other emerging weapons technologies / Stuart Casey-Maslen -- The globalization of non-international armed conflicts / Pavle Kilibarda and Gloria Gaggioli -- Administrative detention in non-international armed conflicts / FranCoise J. Hampson -- The crime of rape in military and civilian jurisdictions / Lois Moore and Christine Chinkin -- The right to reparation for victims of armed conflict / Carla Ferstman -- Arguing international humanitarian law standards in national courts? a spectrum of expectations / Sharon Weill -- The death of Lex Specialis? regional human rights mechanisms and the protection of civilians in armed conflict / Bill Bowring -- Extraterritorial obligations under human rights law / Cedric Ryngaert -- What duties do peacekeepers owe civilians? lessons from the Nuhanovi Case / Liesbeth Zegveld -- Civilian protection and the arms trade treaty / Blinne Ní Ghrálaigh -- A path towards greater respect for international humanitarian law / Valentin Zellweger and Francois Voeffray -- The responsibility to protect and non-state armed groups / Jennifer M. Welsh -- Protecting civilians by criminalizing the most serious forms of the illegal use of force : activating the international criminal court's jurisdiction over the crime of aggression / Carrie McDougall -- Elements and innovations in a new global treaty on crimes against humanity / Leila Nadya Sadat.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Who is a civilian? membership of opposition groups and direct participation in hostilities / Emily Crawford -- The duty in international law to investigate civilian deaths in armed conflict / Mark Lattimer -- Protection by process : implementing the principle of proportionality in contemporary armed conflicts / Amichai Cohen -- Regulating armed drones and other emerging weapons technologies / Stuart Casey-Maslen -- The globalization of non-international armed conflicts / Pavle Kilibarda and Gloria Gaggioli -- Administrative detention in non-international armed conflicts / FranCoise J. Hampson -- The crime of rape in military and civilian jurisdictions / Lois Moore and Christine Chinkin -- The right to reparation for victims of armed conflict / Carla Ferstman -- Arguing international humanitarian law standards in national courts? a spectrum of expectations / Sharon Weill -- The death of Lex Specialis? regional human rights mechanisms and the protection of civilians in armed conflict / Bill Bowring -- Extraterritorial obligations under human rights law / Cedric Ryngaert -- What duties do peacekeepers owe civilians? lessons from the Nuhanovi Case / Liesbeth Zegveld -- Civilian protection and the arms trade treaty / Blinne Ní Ghrálaigh -- A path towards greater respect for international humanitarian law / Valentin Zellweger and Francois Voeffray -- The responsibility to protect and non-state armed groups / Jennifer M. Welsh -- Protecting civilians by criminalizing the most serious forms of the illegal use of force : activating the international criminal court's jurisdiction over the crime of aggression / Carrie McDougall -- Elements and innovations in a new global treaty on crimes against humanity / Leila Nadya Sadat.

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