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    Military Law and The Law of War Review

    Military Law and The Law of War Review


    2000, Vol.39                 2010, Vol.49

    2001, Vol.40                 2011, Vol.50

    2002, Vol.41                 2012, Vol.51

    2003, Vol.42

    2004, Vol.43

    2005, Vol.44

    2006, Vol.45

    2007, Vol.46

    2008, Vol.47

    2009, Vol.48

     

     

    Military Law and The Law of War Review, 2000, Vol.39

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    M. Zwanenburg

    The Secretary- General s Bulletin on Observance by United Nations Forces of International Humanitarian Law: A Pyrrhic Victory

    No. 1-4

    pp. 13-44

    F. Caffio

    The Alliance s New Strategic Concept- Aspect of Legal Interoperativeness

    No. 1-4

    pp. 45-66

    P. Duyx, R. Haveman, Elies van Sliedregt

    War Crimes Law and the Statute of Rome: Some Afterthoughts

    No. 1-4

    pp. 67-124

    M. Ryding-Berg

    General Report- Military Support to Civil Authorities

    No. 1-4

    pp. 125-216

    A. Andries

    Introduction- Presentation des Recherches

    No. 1-4

    pp. 217-346

     

    The Impact of Judicial Decisions on Armed Forces

    No. 1-4

    pp. 347-374

     

    Final Agenda

    No. 1-4

    pp. 375-396

    F. de Mulinen

    Report on the Question What is Military and what is Civilian

    No. 1-4

    pp. 397-410

     

    L execution des Peines Privatives de Liberte Infligees aux Militaires- De Uitvoering van Vrijheidsstraffen en Alternatieve Straffen Opgelegd Aan Militairen

    No. 1-4

    pp. 411-472

    Military Law and The Law of War Review, 2001, Vol.40

    Author

    Title

    number

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    A. Vanheusden

    De Toepassing van Het Internationaal Humanitair Recht op Militaire Operaties van de Verenigde Naties

    No. 1-2

    pp. 13-46

    S. Quichao

    Implementation of the Law of Armed Conflict by the Chinese People s Liberation Army

    No. 1-2

    pp. 47-60

    Edward B. Davis, S. M. Davis, T. Mays

    The Legitimate Use of Force

    No. 1-2

    pp. 61-86

    Stanislas Horvat

    Causes of Violence against Local Populations by Western Soldiers on Peace Keeping Operations

    No. 1-2

    pp. 87-114

    M. S. Holcolmb

    Operations Enduring Freedom: The Use of Force in Self- Defense against Al Qaida and the Taliban

    No. 1-2

    pp. 115-146

    E. Fidell, J. M. Fidel

    Loss of Numbers

    No. 1-2

    pp. 147-158

    Christian Gossiaux

    Les Regles d Engagement Norme Juridique Nouvelle?

    No. 1-2

    pp. 159-180

    B. Janssens

    Inzetregels

    No. 1-2

    pp. 181-208

     

    Systematic Table I. Studies of General Interest

    No. 3-4

    pp. 15-22

     

    Systematic Table II. Criminal Law and Military Disciplinary Law

    No. 3-4

    pp. 22-46

     

    Systematic Table III. Public Military Law and Military Administrative Law

    No. 3-4

    pp. 46-55

     

    Systematic Table IV. State Security and Military Secrets

    No. 3-4

    pp. 55-55

     

    Systematic Table V. Law on International Military Collaboration in Peace and War

    No. 3-4

    pp. 56-62

     

    Systematic Table: VI. International Maritime Law, International Air and Space Law

    No. 3-4

    pp. 62-64

     

    Systematic Table: VII. Law of War

    No. 3-4

    pp. 64-77

     

    Systematic Table VIII. Human Rights

    No. 3-4

    pp. 77-94

     

    Table: IX. Monographics Relating to Armed Conflicts- Military History

    No. 3-4

    pp. 94-96

     

    Systematic Table X. Military Criminology, Psychology and Sociology

    No. 3-4

    pp. 96-100

     

    Systematic Table: XI. Lexicon and Bibliography

    No. 3-4

    pp. 100-104

    Military Law and The Law of War Review, 2002, Vol.41

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    Title

    number

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    Roberta Abbott

    Military Peacemaking: Mission Impossible

    No. 1-2

    pp. 13-38

    M. D. Maxwell

    Self- Defense and the Rules of Engagement: Are the Two Mutually Exclusive?

    No. 1-2

    pp. 39-54

    G. M. Mico

    La Prescripcion de las Faltas Disciplinarias en el Ambito Castrense

    No. 1-2

    pp. 55-80

    Georges Kellens, Pierre Thys

    Quelques Jugements Rendus par le Tribunal Penal International Pour l Ex- Yougoslavie: Reflexions Actuelles sur la Criminalite de Guerre

    No. 1-2

    pp. 81-102

    Max Hilaire

    The Laws of Armed Conflict, the Right to Self- Defense, and the United States Military Operation against Terrorism in Afghanistan

    No. 1-2

    pp. 103-140

    Ray Murphy

    Prisoners of War and Contemporary Conflicts: The Case of the Taliban and Al Qaeda Detainees

    No. 1-2

    pp. 141-168

    Caroline Harvey

    The Prosecution of Crimes of War Committed in the Former Yugoslavia: A Critical Analysis of the Role of the National Courts of Selected European States

    No. 1-2

    pp. 169-194

    L. Valki

    The Kosovo War and the Norms of International Law

    No. 1-2

    pp. 195-218

    Stanislas Horvat

    Le Role des Organisations Non- Gouvernementales dans le Processus Legislatif Belge en Matiere de Droit Humanitaire (1864- 2002)

    No. 3-4

    pp. 13-42

    N. Croquet

    La Responsabilite Internationale de l Etat du Fait des Particuliers et la Notion d Organe de Fait a la Lumiere de l Affaire Celebici: Innovation ou Continuite?

    No. 3-4

    pp. 43-84

    D. Vandermeersch

    Les Protocoles Additionnels aux Conventions de Geneve- La Repression des Infractions Graves par la Belgique

    No. 3-4

    pp. 85-110

    L.Valki

    The 11 September Terrorist Attacks and the Rules of International Law

    No. 3-4

    pp. 111-128

    D. Patry

    Le Contentieux du Genocide Rwandais ou L impasse Judiciaire

    No. 3-4

    pp. 129-144

    Alfons Vanheusden

    Een Juridische Beoordeling van de 12.7mm Multipurpose Munitie

    No. 3-4

    pp. 145-162

    Jeffrey Sprockeels

    Een Voorbeeld van een Nieuwe Gevechtsmethode het Bombarderen Vanop 15.000 Voet

    No. 3-4

    pp. 163-178

    Yves Durieux

    L Evaluation Juridique de Nouveaux Systemes d Armes

    No. 3-4

    pp. 179-192

    Nico Keijzer

    Command Responsibility

    No. 3-4

    pp. 193-214

    Arne Willy Dahl

    Command responsibility

    No. 3-4

    pp. 215-226

    Military Law and The Law of War Review, 2003, Vol.42

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    S. Horvat

    Le XVI Congres International de la Societe Internationale de Droit Militaire et de Droit de la Guerre

    No. 1-2

    pp. 13-24

     

    La Compatibilite des Systemes Juridiques Nationaux Avec le Statut de la Cour Penale Internationale Permanente (CPI)

    No. 1-2

    pp. 25-30

     

    Questionnaire: PART I- DROIT MATERIEL

    No. 1-2

    pp. 31-44

    C. Garraway, J. K. Kleffner

    General Report: PARTIE I

    No. 1-2

    pp. 45-188

     

    Recommandations du XVIeme Congres de la Societe Internationale de Droit Militaire et de Droit de la Guerre

    No. 1-2

    pp. 189-206

    D. Fleck

    Art. 98 of the ICC Statute and the Conclusion of New Status of Forces Agreements

    No. 1-2

    pp. 207-212

    A. Poretschkin

    Subsidiarity of the ICC and Glasnost for Warcrime- Tribunals

    No. 1-2

    pp. 213-214

    G. Nerdrum

    La Position de l avocat Telle que Definie par le Statut de Rome

    No. 1-2

    pp. 215-216

    G. Nerdrum

    The Position of the Defense Counsels in the Rome Statute

    No. 1-2

    pp. 217-218

    J. P. Pierini

    Enforcement of Sentences of Imprisonment of the ICC: Constitutional Concerns Relating the Rehabilitation of the Sentenced Person

    No. 1-2

    pp. 219-228

    L. Hougardy, G. Kellens

    Enseignements et Perceptions du Droit International Humanitaire

    No. 3-4

    pp. 263-284

    P. Thys

    Un Exemple de Fonctionnement de la Justice Penale Internationale: la cas de l ex- yougoslavie

    No. 3-4

    pp. 285-356

    F. Kruger-Sprengel

    Non- Lethal Weapons in Humanitarian Perspective in Modern Conflict

    No. 3-4

    pp. 357-378

    K. Thiel

    Non- Lethal Weapons- An Alternative Option Facing Unconventional Threats

    No. 3-4

    pp. 379-394

    S. R. Luder

    The History of the Prosecution of War Crimes

    No. 3-4

    pp. 395-414

    F. de Mulinen

    Nouvelles Situations d usage Violent de la Force

    No. 3-4

    pp. 415-440

    G. B. Roberts

    The UN Charter Paradigm on the Brink: The Legal and Policy Predicates for Use of Force against Iraq

    No. 3-4

    pp. 441-458

    Torsten Stein

    The War against Iraq and the IUS Ad Bellum

    No. 3-4

    pp. 459-466

    J. A. Burger

    Terrorism

    No. 3-4

    pp. 467-478

    G. Nerdrum

    L intervention en Irak, une Question de Droit International Public

    No. 3-4

    pp. 479-480

    G. Nerdrum

    The Attack on Iraq According to the Public International Law

    No. 3-4

    pp. 481-482

    Military Law and The Law of War Review, 2004, Vol.43

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    S. Horvat

    Le Role des ONG dans la Resolution des Problemes Internationaux

    No. 1-2

    pp. 17-30

     

    Programme International Congress: The Role of NGOs in International Problem Solving

    No. 1-2

    pp. 31-44

    L. Van der Veken

    The Role of NGOs in International Problem Solving: Welcome Addresses

    No. 1-2

    pp. 45-46

    S. B. Ybema

    The Role of NGOs In International Problem Solving: Welcome Addresses

    No. 1-2

    pp. 47-52

    A. Flahaut

    NGOs and Politics: The View of the Belgian Minister of Defence

    No. 1-2

    pp. 53-64

    X. Zeebroek

    Les Actions Politiques des ONG: Sensibilisation, Lobbying, Formation et Carriere Politique

    No. 1-2

    pp. 65-70

    M. Giro, C. Birmann

    Les ONG et les Negociations de Paix

    No. 1-2

    pp. 71-72

    P. Hensmans

    Justice Internationale: Du Reve a la Realite

    No. 1-2

    pp. 73-100

    C. Hannard

    Civil- Military Co- Operation during an Armed Conflict

    No. 1-2

    pp. 101-102

    Sylvie Junod

    Le Mandat et les Activites du Comite International de la Croix- Rouge

    No. 1-2

    pp. 103-110

    Cindy Hannard

    Le Mandat du CICR Durant un Conflit Arme

    No. 1-2

    pp. 111-112

    Marc Georges, C. Hannard

    Experiences de la Zone de Conflit

    No. 1-2

    pp. 113-114

    F. Goemans, C. Hannard

    Relations entre Civils et Militaires dans la Zone de Conflit

    No. 1-2

    pp. 115-118

    L. Walleyn

    La Justice Comme Outil de Prevention de Conflits Avocats Sans Frontieres au Rwanda

    No. 1-2

    pp. 119-134

    L. Walleyn, S. Annys

    Le Role d Avocats Sans Frontieres dans le Retablissement du Systeme Juridique au Rwanda

    No. 1-2

    pp. 135-138

    T. Vulysteke, S. Annys

    L Osce et al Construction Post- Conflictuelle de l Etat

    No. 1-2

    pp. 139-144

    A. Othmani, S. Annys

    La Reconstruction du Systeme Criminel de Justice dans les Situations Post- Conflictuelles

    No. 1-2

    pp. 145-150

    I. Agguirrezabal Quijera, C. Birmann

    Le Role de la CCPI et de Ses Membres en ce Qui Concerne la CPI

    No. 1-2

    pp. 151-152

    S. Brabant, C. Birmann

    Le Role de Handicap International Lors des Conferences Diplomatiques Relatives aux Mines Terrestres

    No. 1-2

    pp. 153-154

    H. Mezoui

    United Nations View on the Role of NGOs with Consultative Status in the Conflict Prevention, Peace Building and Development

    No. 1-2

    pp. 155-164

    M. Varlamoff

    La Comite International du Bouclier Bleu et International du Bouclier Bleu et la Protection du Patrimoine Culturel en cas de Conflit Arme

    No. 1-2

    pp. 165-184

    L. Van der Veken

    Speech at the Official Dinner

    No. 1-2

    pp. 185-186

    S. B. Ybema

    CEREMONIE DE CLOTURE- Closing Ceremony

    No. 1-2

    pp. 187-190

    L. Van der Veken

    Closing Ceremony

    No. 1-2

    pp. 191-194

    S. Horvat

    Avant Propos- L'annee 2004 a connue une fin tragique

    No. 3-4

    pp. 13-20

    R. Arnold

    Legal Implications of the Military s Humanitarisation

    No. 3-4

    pp. 21-54

    Frederik Naert

    Impact of the Fight against International Terrorism on the Ius Ad Bellum after 11 September

    No. 3-4

    pp. 55-110

    E. Darre, E. Dumas

    Veterinaires et Droit International Humanitaire: Reflexions sur une Controverse

    No. 3-4

    pp. 111-136

    A. W. Dahl

    Legal Status of the Opposition Fighter in International Armed Conflict

    No. 3-4

    pp. 137-154

    F. Naert, J. Vergauwen, I. Heyndrickx

    Toepasselijk Recht op de Conflicten in Irak (1991- 2004)

    No. 3-4

    pp. 155-194

    Stanislas Horvat

    Extension of Jurisdiction of a State to the Territory of Another State in His Effective Control- The Al- Skeini Judgment of the England and Wales High Court of Justice

    No. 3-4

    pp. 195-236

    Military Law and The Law of War Review, 2005, Vol.44

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    Tom RUYS

    LICENSE TO KILL? STATE- SPONSORED ASSASSINATION UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW

    No. 1-2

    pp. 13-50

    Elizabeth CHADWICK

    NO COMITY IN ERROR: ASYLUM AND "WARS OF CHOICE"

    No. 1-2

    pp. 51-84

    Max HILAIRE

    INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE UNITED STATES INVASION OF IRAQ

    No. 1-2

    pp. 85-138

    Jan WOUTERS

    SECURITY COUNCIL REFORM: A NEW VETO FOR A NEW CENTURY?

    No. 1-2

    pp. 139-174

    Matteo TONDINI

    UN PEACE OPERATIONS: THE LAST FRONTIER OF THE EXTRATERRITORIAL APPLICATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

    No. 1-2

    pp. 175-244

     

    IN MEMORIAM Fernand VANDER VORST

    No. 3-4

    pp. 13-16

    Joop VOETELINK

    THE EU SOFA: THE EUROPEAN UNION STATUS OF FORCES AGREEMENT

    No. 3-4

    pp. 17-38

    Gerard A.J.M. van VUGT

    JURIDISCHE ASPECTEN VAN NIET-LETALE WAPENS

    No. 3-4

    pp. 39-66

    R. Arnold

    NATO und Peacekeeping- Neue Direktive zur Bekampfung des Menschenhandels

    No. 3-4

    pp. 67-74

    P. Huybrechts

    Quels Regles et Mecanismes Internationaux pour Proteger les Enfants dans le Guerre

    No. 3-4

    pp. 75-100

    S. Perrakis, M.D. Marouda

    Le Statut du Droit International Humanitaire en Grece- Etat de la Question

    No. 3-4

    pp. 101-108

    B. Adam, F. Santopinto

    Un Nouvel Elan Pour Les Relations Transatlantiques- Les Discours et les Faits: Etat de la Question

    No. 3-4

    pp. 109-124

    J. P. Spijk

    VIth Seminar for Legal Advisors- Report and Evaluation

    No. 3-4

    pp. 125-127

    J.C. Schmitt

    First Working Session: Legal Uncertainties at the Beginning of a Peace- Keeping Operation

    No. 3-4

    pp. 128-130

    S. Oeter

    Second Working Session: Command- Responsibility in a Multinational Setting- How to Deal with Different Interpretations of International (Humanitarian) Law

    No. 3-4

    pp. 130-132

    A. W. Dahl

    Third Working Session: Legal Issues concerning Detention of Individuals during Peace- Keeping Operations

    No. 3-4

    pp. 133-134

    S. Fournier

    Fourth Working Session: Role Change of a Security- Force: How to Deal with the Legal Aspects of Emerging Additional and Different Tasks of a Security Force

    No. 3-4

    pp. 134-137

    W. Baron

    Command Responsibility in a Multinational Setting: How to Deal with Different Interpretations of International (Humanitarian) Law- Some Experiences from Practice

    No. 3-4

    pp. 138-142

    Ulf HAUBLER

    Command Responsibility in Combined Environments: Putting Combined Operations Legal Lessons Learned into Perspective

    No. 3-4

    pp. 143-167

    Dimitrios Zafiropoulos

    Necessary Adjustments for Peacekeeping Operations- Security Forces to Changing Conditions- Additional and/or Different Tasks- Legal Challenges and Difficulties

    No. 3-4

    pp. 168-182

    Military Law and The Law of War Review, 2006, Vol.45

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    S. Horvat

    Foreword- 2006, annee de progres en droit international humanitaire

    No. 1-2

    pp. 11-20

    Stanislas Horvat

    Introduction: The Rule of Law In Peace Operations

    No. 1-2

    pp. 23-40

    Nick MERCER

    FROM COMBAT TO PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS AND BEYOND

    No. 1-2

    pp. 41-50

    Frederik NAERT

    DETENTION IN PEACE OPERATIONS: THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK AND MAIN CATEGORIES OF DETAINEES

    No. 1-2

    pp. 51-78

    Matteo TONDINI

    THE ROLE OF ITALY IN REBUILDING THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM IN AFGHANISTAN

    No. 1-2

    pp. 79-118

    Dr. Alexander PORETSCHKIN

    COMMITTEE FOR MILITARY CRIMINOLOGY AND MILITARY CRIMINAL LAW

    No. 1-2

    pp. 119-124

    Philippe Rousseau

    CRIMINOLOGIE ET CRIMINOLOGIE MILITAIRE: QUELQUES AXES COMMUNS DE REFLEXION

    No. 1-2

    pp. 125-136

    Professeur Pierre THYS

    LE RECOURS AUX FORCES ARMEES EN TANT QUE FORCES DE POLICE AU COURS D'OPERATIONS DE MAINTIEN DE LA PAIX

    No. 1-2

    pp. 137-148

    Vincenzo SIMONETTI

    THE RULES OF LAW IN PEACE SUPPORT OPERATION

    No. 1-2

    pp. 149-174

    James A. BURGER

    CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL IN PEACE OPERATIONS

    No. 1-2

    pp. 175-184

    Alfons Vanheusden

    CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL IN PEACE OPERATIONS

    No. 1-2

    pp. 185-192

    Catherine BAELE

    COMPENSATION FOR DAMAGE IN PEACE OPERATIONS. REPORT BASED ON THE CLAIMS QUESTIONNAIRE ISSUED IN PREPARATION OF THE XVIIth CONGRESS

    No. 1-2

    pp. 193-214

    Christina RUEGER

    THE LAW OF MILITARY OCCUPATION Recent developments of the Law of Military Occupation with regard to UN Security Council mandated international territorial administrations

    No. 1-2

    pp. 215-228

    Hans-Peter Gasser

    NOTES ON THE LAW ON BELLIGERENT OCCUPATION

    No. 1-2

    pp. 229-238

    Dr. Marten ZWANENBURG

    PIECES OF THE PUZZLE: PEACE OPERATIONS, OCCUPATION AND THE USE OF FORCE

    No. 1-2

    pp. 239-248

    Katharina PARAMESWARAN

    THE USE OF MILITARY FORCE AND THE APPLICABLE STANDARDS OF FORCE GOVERNING POLICE OPERATIONS IN OCCUPIED TERRITORIES

    No. 1-2

    pp. 249-258

     

    IN MEMORIAM: Major General George S. PRUGH

    No. 3-4

    pp. 283-286

    Chris GRIGGS

    A NEW MILITARY JUSTICE SYSTEM FOR NEW ZEALAND

    No. 3-4

    pp. 287-328

    Frangois van AS

    AFRICAN PEACEKEEPING: PAST PRACTICES, FUTURE PROSPECTS AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO INTERNATIONAL LAW

    No. 3-4

    pp. 329-354

    Sten VERHOEVEN

    A MISSED OPPORTUNITY TO CLARIFY THE MODERN IUS AD BELLUM: CASE CONCERNING ARMED ACTIVITIES ON THE TERRITORY OF THE CONGO

    No. 3-4

    pp. 355-368

    Arne Willy DAHL, Magnus SANDBU

    THE THRESHOLD OF ARMED CONFLICT

    No. 3-4

    pp. 369-388

    Jean Paul PIERINI

    THE JURISPRUDENCE OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN RESPECT OF CONDUCT OF A FOREIGN STATE OR AN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION IN THE TERRITORY OF A CONTRACTING STATE AND THE EXTRATERRITORIAL EFFECT OF FOREIGN ACTS

    No. 3-4

    pp. 389-437

    Military Law and The Law of War Review, 2007, Vol.46

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    AUREL SARI

    The EU Status of Forces Agreement: Continuity and Change in the Law of Visiting Forces

    No. 1-2

    pp. 9-257

    JAN ROTHKAMM

    Religious Freedom in Times of Conflict: An Overview of International Legislation and a Discussion of Recent Cases

    No. 3-4

    pp. 259-298

    ARJEN VERMEER

    A Legal Exploration of Force Application in Outer Space

    No. 3-4

    pp. 299-340

    BRUCE 'OSSIE' OSWALD

    Detention in Military Operations: Some Military, Political and Legal Aspects

    No. 3-4

    pp. 341-362

     

    The Copenhagen Processon the Handling of Detainees in International Military Operations

    No. 3-4

    pp. 363-392

    EUGENE R. FIDELL

    Zen and the Jurisprudence of the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

    No. 3-4

    pp. 393-404

    Partrick Herbots

    L insubordination en droit belge: marcher sur la corde raide entre l ordre et l ordre general. Note sous l arret de la cour d appel de Bruxelles, 12eme chambre, siegeant en matiere correctionnelle, du 20 janvier 2006

    No. 3-4

    pp. 413-427

    Col. TONY MCCOURT

    Ireland's Military Justice System Updated: Defence (Amendment) Act 2007

    No. 3-4

    pp. 429-444

    Military Law and The Law of War Review, 2008, Vol.47

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    In Memoriam Frederic de Mulinen 1928- 2008

    No. 1-2

    pp. 7-24

    J.F.R. Boddens Hosang

    Self- Defence in Military Operations: The Interaction between the Legal Bases for Military Self- Defence and Rules of Engagement

    No. 1-2

    pp. 25-96

    G.R. Rubin

    British Military and Government Lawyers on the Defeat of Nazi Germany: Debellatio or Belligerent Occupation, and Other Legal Puzzles

    No. 1-2

    pp. 97-138

    M. Wood

    Detention During International Military Operations: Article 103 of the UN Charter and the Al- Jedda Case

    No. 1-2

    pp. 139-166

    G. Breda, J.P. Pierini

    Legal Issues Surrounding Maritime Counterdrug Operations and the Related Question of Detention as Highlighted in the Medvedyev and Others v. France Decision of the European Court of Human Rights

    No. 1-2

    pp. 167-198

    M. Ladiges

    Deployment of AWACS Aircraft under Control of the German Bundestag- Violation of the Parliamentary Reserve for the Deployment of Armed Forces

    No. 1-2

    pp. 199-214

     

    VIIth Seminar for Legal Advisors, on Legal Advisors in Post Conflict Operations , organized by the International Society for Military Law and the Law of War in Windhoek (Namibia) on 3- 9 March 2008- Programme and Selected Texts Programme

    No. 1-2

    pp. 215-216

    O. Swaak-Goldman

    The Office of the Prosecutor of the ICC: Recent Activities and Current Challenges

    No. 1-2

    pp. 217-234

    S.C. Spies

    On the Legal Status of Foreign Armed Forces, with a Focus on the Interrelation of Ius ad Praesentiam and Ius in Praesentia

    No. 1-2

    pp. 235-252

    F. Adaka

    The Enforcement of Military Justice and Discipline in External Military Operations: Exploring the Fault Lines

    No. 1-2

    pp. 253-269

     

    In Memoriam Albert Alexander

    No. 3-4

    pp. 273-276

    W. Worster

    Immunities of United Nations Peacekeepers in the Absence of a Status of Forces Agreement

    No. 3-4

    pp. 277-376

    C. Ryngaert

    Universal Jurisdiction over Violations of International Humanitarian Law in Germany

    No. 3-4

    pp. 377-404

    T. Di Ruzza

    The Convention on Cluster Munitions: Towards a Balance between Humanitarian and Military Considerations?

    No. 3-4

    pp. 405-448

    S. L. Bumgardner

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