Symposium on International Law and Armed Conflict in September 2008 at the University of the West of England (UK).
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Confronting the challenges of international law and armed conflict in the 21st century / Noëlle Quénivet and Shilan Shah-Davis Myths of 'Lawfare' and 'Legal encirclement' / Christopher P.M. Waters Issues of the Draft Convention on the criminal accountability of United Nations officials and experts on mission / Melanie O'Brien Internationalising the Colombian armed conflict through humanitarian law and transitional justice / Rafael A. Prieto Sanjuán Criminal accountability or civil liability: which approach most effectively redresses the negative environment consequences of armed conflict? / Tara Smith Commentary on: accountability / Bill Bowring The impact of armed conflict on sustainable development: a holistic approach / Onita Das A darker shade of green: Is it time to ecocentrise the laws of war? / Karen Hulme Targeted economic measures to curb armed conflict? The Kimberley process on the trade of 'conflict diamonds' / Jan Erik Wetzel Commentary on: environment and natural resources / William Schabas Business under fire: transnational corporations and human rights in conflict zones / Olga Martin-Ortega The influence of non-governmental actors on compliance with international law : compliance with United Nations Security Council Decision's on Angola's conflict diamonds / Pini Pavel Miretski Private regulation of private military companies: a potentially private solution to a commercial problem? / Dewi Williams Commentary on: privatisation and armed conflict / Ademola Abass Children and the International Criminal Court / Cynthia Chamberlain Child terrorists: why and how should they be protected by international law / Hilly Moodrick-Even Khen Commentary on: children and armed conflict / William Schabas Today's quest for international criminal justice : a short overview of the present state of criminal prosecution of international crimes / Sascha-Dominik Bachman Commentary on: implementation of international humanitarian law / Bill Bowring Commentary on: implementation of international humanitarian law / Gerd Hankel Bridging the gaps in the laws of armed conflict? International criminal tribunals and the development of humanitarian law / Shane Darcy Devising new rules for regulating international terrorism warfare and engaging non-state actors in the negotiations Konstantinos D. Magliveras Commentary on: reforming the laws of war / Gerd Hankel 'In the interest of peace and in the interest of justice': Security Council deferrals as a constructive tool for conflict resolution / Yassin A. M'Boge Procedural aspects of the relationship between the International Criminal Court and Future Truth Commissions. Lessons learned from the cases of Sierra Leone and East Timor / Madalena Pampalk The impact of the legal right to self-determination on the law of occupation as a framework for post-conflict state reconstruction / Matthew Saul Commentary on: peace, security and justice / Ademola Abass Commentary on: peace, security and justice / Nigel White.