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The interrelationship of international human rights and humanitarian law is, in spite of the existence of a considerable level of literature on point, still somewhat uncertain. There have been claims that the two areas have increasingly converged, which have been countered with arguments to the...
In this article I explore how international humanitarian law (IHL) is used in advocacy on undercover operationsthe wearing of civilian clothes by Israel's security forces in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT). Assessing applicable legal standardsthe duty of combatants to distinguish...
This chapter attempts to radicalize arguments the author has presented in previous collections. He draws on his own experience of taking Kurdish (from 1994 to 1999) and then Chechen (from 2000 to the present) cases to the European Court of Human Rights. He employs materialist and historicized...
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