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Volume 51, No. 3 – Table of Contents

Posted by on Friday, June 1, 2018 in Articles, Vol. 51 No. 3, Volume 51, Volumes.


Articles in descending order:


  1. Special Issue: The Law of Armed Conflict

    by Major Ben Wahlhaus & Hannah Lidicker

  2. We’re Not in Beersheba Anymore: Discussing Contemporary Challenges in the Law of Armed Conflict with 120 International Lawyers

    by Brigadier General Sharon Afek

  3. Introduction to Keynote Address: A Tribute to Yoram Dinstein

    by Colonel Dr. Eran Shamir-Borer

  4. Keynote Address: The Recent Evolution of the International Law of Armed Conflict: Confusions, Constraints, and Challenges

    by Dr. Yoram Dinstein

  5. The Role of Nonstate Entities in Developing and Promoting International Humanitarian Law

    by Dr. Knut Dormann

  6. The Evolution and Identification of the Customary International Law of Armed Conflict

    by Sir Michael Wood

  7. Operational Challenges in Ground Operations in Urban Areas: An IDF Perspective

    by Major General Nitsan Alon

  8. Humanitarian Regulation of Hostilities: The Decisive Element of Context

    by Geoffrey S. Corn


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  1. Targeting, the Law of War, and the Uniform Code of Military Justice

    by Michael W. Meier & James T. Hill

  2. Challenges in the Interpretation and Application of the Principle of Distinction During Ground Operations in Urban Areas

    by Colonel Noam Neuman

  3. Some Reflections on the “Incidental Harm” Side of Proportionality Assessments

    by Emanuela-Chiara Gillard

  4. Proportionality under International Humanitarian Law: The “Reasonable Military Commander” Standard and Reverberating Effects

    by Ian Henderson & Kate Reece

  5. Four Comments on the Application of Proportionality under the Law of Armed Conflict

    by Lieutenant Colonel Roni Katzir

  6. Reframing the Proportionality Principle

    by Michael A. Newton

  7. Targeting Individuals Belonging to an Armed Group

    by Dr. Gloria Gaggioli

  8. Targeting of Persons: The Contemporary Challenges

    by Charles J. Dunlap, Jr.

  9. A Practical Perspective on Attacking Armed Groups

    by Brigadier General R. Patrick Huston

  10. Targeting State and Political Leadership in Armed Conflicts

    by Dr. Agnieszka Jachec-Neale


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  1. Fight, Forge, and Fund: Three Select Issues on Targeting of Person

    by Colonel Dr. Eran Shamir-Borer

  2. What’s Your Advice, Counsel? From Distinction to Detention, Financial Support to Ground Support, and Everything in Between

    by N/A



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