Routledge research in the law of armed conflict.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Introduction / Jadranka Petrovic 2. Taming Westphalian sovereignty : international penal process and the expansion of universal jurisdiction / Jackson Nyamuya Maogoto 3. Liability for ordering the commission of international crimes / Sarah Finnin 4. Military members claiming self-defence during armed conflict : often misguided and unhelpful / Ian Henderson And Bryan Cavanagh 5. Accountability for targeted killing operations : international humanitarian law, international human rights law and the relevance of the principle of proportionality / Michelle Lesh 6. Humanitarian access in international humanitarian law : the case of Syria and Security Council Resolution 2139 (2014) / Phoebe Wynn-Pope 7. The Syrian conflict and the use of cultural property for military purposes / Jadranka Petrovic and Rebecca Hughes 8. Accountability for violations of the law of armed conflict and the question of the efficacy of international criminal law in ameliorating violence in armed conflict / Dale Stephens 9. The fractured relationship between fairness, the rights of the accused, and disclosure at the International Criminal Court / Sophie Rigney 10. The Australian experience of conducting war crimes trials / Vasko Nastevski 11. The ICJ's role in determining accountability for violations of international humanitarian law / Andrew Coleman 12. Moving from the mechanics of accountability to a culture of accountability: what more can be done in addition to prosecuting war crimes? / Helen Durham and Eve Massingham.