Ordinarily, the articles in any given issue of the Review share a unifying theme or speak to elements of a single, overarching debate. But often, exceptional scholars and practitioners submit exemplary work that does not fit neatly into the theme of the Review’s upcoming editions. This special edition of the Review – “Selected Articles” – is a collection of those articles: remarkable work, submitted through our general submissions inbox over the course of the past year. Though the topics of the articles vary widely and are not unified by a common theme, they all fall within the Review’s editorial focus on humanitarian law, policy and action. We firmly believe that each of the articles published in this edition has enormous potential to contribute to the existing literature and ongoing debates on their respective topics.