13 février 2017

OUVRAGE : G. Rose, B. Oswald (eds.), Detention of Non-State Actors Engaged in Hostilities: The Future Law

Gregory ROSE, Bruce OSWALD


i. Author Index
ii. Glossary

1. Gregory Rose, Bruce Oswald, Introduction
2. Emily Crawford, Convergence of Norms across the Spectrum of Armed Conflicts: International Humanitarian and Human Rights Law
3. Sarah McCosker, The Limitations of Legal Reasoning: Negotiating the Relationships between International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law in Detention Situations
4. Jody Prescott, The Convergence of Violence around a Norm: Direct Participation in Hostilities and Its Significance for Detention Standards in Non-International Armed Conflict
5. Chris Jenks, Reimagining the Wheel: Detention and Release of Non-State Actors under the Geneva Conventions
Case Studies
6. Angeline Lewis, The Coalition Provisional Authority for Iraq 2004-2008: Transitioning From Administrative Internment to Criminal Justice Based Detention Operations
7. Paul Cronan, Australian Detention Operations in Afghanistan: Practices and Challenges
8. Linda Dann, Detention in British International Military Operations
9. B.V. Kumar, An Indian Perspective on Detention of Non-State Actors Engaged in Hostilities
10. Dvir Saar, Ben Wahlhaus, Preventive Detention for National Security Purposes: The Three Facets of the Israeli Experience
11. Bill Lietzau, U.S. Detention of Terrorists in the 21st Century
12. Mark Dakers, NATO Responsibility for Detention
Formulating Guidance
13. Bruce Oswald, Information and Notification concerning Detention in Non-International Armed Conflicts
14. Thomas Winkler, Copenhagen Process Principles and Guidelines for Detention - Legal and Political Challenges
15. Katarina Grenfell, Detention in United Nations Peace Operations
16. Gregory Rose, Detention of Non-State Actors Engaged in Hostilities – Recommendations for Future Law
Geneva Conventions, Common Article 3
Geneva Convention III, Article 4
Geneva Convention IV, Articles 5, 42, 43
Additional Protocol I – Article 75
Additional Protocol II – Articles 4, 5
ICRC – Resolution and Report on Strengthening Legal Protection for Victims of Armed Conflicts: Introduction by Monica Silverwood, ICRC
Subject Index

 Gregory ROSE, Bruce OSWALD (eds.), Detention of Non-State Actors Engaged in Hostilities: The Future Law, Leiden, Nijhoff/Brill, 2016 (438 pp.)

Gregory Rose is Professor of Law at the University of Wollongong, Australia. He publishes widely on counterterrorism and on environment in international law and is author of Following the Proceeds of Environmental Crime: Forests Fish and Filthy Lucre (Routledge, 2014).

Bruce Oswald CSC Ph.D. (2010) is Director of the Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law at the University of Melbourne School of Law, where he is Associate Professor. He is co-author of Documents on the Law of UN Peace Operations (OUP, 2010). He publishes widely on matters concerning military operations law.

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