Terry Gill
University of Amsterdam
EngineeringHuman rightsCyberwarfarePolitical scienceProportionality (law)Public international lawLaw and economicsLawMandateUse of forceYearbookCharterInternational humanitarian lawContext (language use)Intervention (counseling)Self defenseInterim reportPublic administrationComputer securityPublic relationsInternational lawCollective securityInternational human rights law
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This lecture discusses the significant and often crucial role international law plays for military operations, and illustrates through various examples the influence compliance with the law and legitimacy have on the foreign policy of States. Subsequently, the dual function the international law of military operations has in the planning and conduct of military operations is explained. The “horizontal function” is to harmonize obligations that arise from the different legal regimes that govern t...
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This article examines the most pertinent questions relating to the applicability of the right of self-defense to attacks conducted by non-State armed groups (NSAGs) acting independently of State control from the territory of one or more States against the territory of another State. These questions are approached from the perspective of legality (does the right of self-defense apply to attacks not mounted by or under the control of a State) and modality (assuming the applicability of self-defens...
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The authors set out the views and practice of the Netherlands in relation to self- defence of military personnel
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This essay discusses the pros and cons of the ICRC " support based approach" and argues that it is does not contribute to enhanced protection and has no basis in law.
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The main theme of this volume of the Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law is the development and interpretation of international humanitarian law (IHL). It is elaborated upon in several chapters that examine the role of non-state armed groups in the development and interpretation of IHL, the impact of international criminal law on the development of IHL, the notion of external non-international armed conflicts, and the regulation of prolonged occupation under international law. The second ...
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The Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law is an authoritative peer reviewed annual publication with articles specially focused on current developments in the law of armed conflict, current armed conflicts and the interrelationship of IHL with other bodies of law and other disciplines.