- International Humanitarian Law and the challenges of contemporary armed conflicts
- International humanitarian law, human rights and peace operations
- Report of the Expert Meeting on Multinational peace operations.
- Does humanitarian law apply to peace-keeping and peace-enforcement operations carried out by or under the auspices of the united nations?
The article retraces the main legal challenges arising from the detention by multinational forces in Iraq in 2009.
30-06-2010 | US Naval War College International Law Studies | Laurent Colassis
In this article the author points out the similarity between military occupations and certain activities by international organizations. It therefore examines the question whether the international of law of occupation is applicable and if so, adequately, to these activities, and more specifically to international transitional civil administrations. The experiences in Kosovo and East-Timor serve as examples and may lead to some important lessons for dealing with the current situation in Iraq.
31-03-2004 | International Review of the Red Cross | Sylvain Vité
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