"The academy, joint centre of Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, and Université de Genéve, Faculté de Droit."
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Situations of armed conflict in 2014 The CIA torture report : was there a method in the madness? / Hilary Stauffer Gender perspectives in armed conflicts in 2014 / Megan Burke, Loren Persi Vicentic The 2014 Gaza War : reflections on jus ad bellum, jus in bello, and accountability / Sharon Weill, Valentina Azarova The conflict with Islamic State : a critical review of international legal issues / Antonio Coco, Jean-Baptiste Maillart Refugees and asylum seekers from conflict-affected States / Kristin Hausler Protection of IDPs in armed conflict in 2014 : a critical review of law and practice / Marina Mattirolo The legality of detention in armed conflict / Alex Conte Engaging with drug lords : protecting civilians in Colombia, Mexico, and Honduras / Chiara Redaelli Protecting the right to protest in armed conflict / Milena Costas Trascasas Youth as main victims and perpetrators of violence : are the mechanisms behind joining 'criminal' gangs similar to those for joining violent extremist groups? / Sylvie Girard Extraordinary rendition and the European Court of Human Rights / Silvia Suteu National trials of international crimes in 2014 : prosecuting 'refugees' suspected of international crimes / Ilia Maria Siatitsa War crimes trials at Guantánamo Bay : key developments in 2014 / Dru A. Brenner-Beck Tackling impunity for sexual violence / Alice Priddy A review of the work of the International Criminal Court in 2014 / Damien Scalia Transitional justice mechanisms : challenges and opportunities / Valentina Cadelo.
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Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 17, 2015).
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Print version: War report. First edition. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015