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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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The War Report: Armed Conflict in 2014 (eBook)

Edited by: Annyssa Bellal

ISBN13: 9780191078637
Published: December 2015
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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This annual Report on armed conflicts around the world provides detailed information on each conflict which occurred in 2014.

The Report sets out the conflicts' classification, applicable norms, key actors, methods of warfare, and the number of casualties. It also analyses key legal issues that arose in the context of these armed conflicts.

  • Provides a detailed and comprehensive analysis of each conflict in 2014 assessing its classification, belligerents, primary means and methods of warfare, applicable treaties and rules, and any allegations of war crimes.
  • Analyses key legal developments and controversies that arose in 2014.

Public International Law, eBooks
Part I Summary
Part II Armed Conflict Profiles
Part III Thematic Chapters
1. Hilary Stauffer: The CIA Torture Report: Was there a Method in the Madness?
2. Megan Burke and Loren Persi Vicentic: Gender Perspectives in Armed Conflicts in 2014
3. Sharon Weill and Valentina Azarova: The 2014 Gaza War: Reflections on Conflict in Gaza
4. Antonio Coco and Jean-Baptiste Maillart: The Conflict with Islamic State: A Critical Review of International Legal Issues
5. Kristin Hausler: Refugees and Asylum Seekers from Conflict-Affected States
6. Marina Mattirolo: Protection of the Internally Displaced in Armed Conflict in 2014: A Critical Review of Law and Practice
7. Alex Conte: The Legality of Detention in Armed Conflict
8. Chiara Redaelli: Engaging with Drug Lords: Protecting Civilians in Colombia, Mexico and Honduras
9. Milena Costas Trascasas: Protecting the Right to Protest in Armed Conflict
10. Sylvie Girard: Youth as main victims and perpetrators of violence: are the mechanisms behind joining 'criminal' gangs similar to those for joining violent extremist groups?
11. Silvia Suteu: Extraordinary Rendition and the European Court of Human Rights
12. Ilia-Maria Siatitsa: National Trials of International Crimes in 2014: Prosecuting 'Refugees' suspected of International Crimes
13. Dru Beck: War Crimes Trials at Guantanamo Bay: Key Developments in 2014
14. Alice Priddy: Tackling impunity for sexual violence
15. Damien Scalia: A Review of the Work of the International Criminal Court in 2014
16. Valentina Cadelo: Transitional Justice Mechanisms: Challenges and Opportunities