1. Confronting New Challenges Knut Ipsen and International Humanitarian Law
2. Asymmetrical Warfare and International Humanitarian Law
Michael N. Schmitt
3. ‘The end justifies the means’ — Should this be the philosophy?
William H. Boothby
4. Comment: Is the Principle of Distinction Outdated?
5. Asymmetries and the Identification of Legitimate Military Objectives
W. Hays Parks
6. Targeting Hearts and Minds: National Will and Other Legitimate Military Objectives of Modern War
Charles J. Dunlap
7. The United Kingdom and Legitimate Military Objectives: Current Practice ... and Future Trends?
8. The System of Status Groups in International Humanitarian Law
9. Collateral Damage, Proportionality and Individual International Criminal Responsibility
10. Do Non-State Actors Challenge International Humanitarian Law?
11. Individual and State Responsibility for Violations of the Ius in Bello: An Imperfect Balance
12. Some Comments on the International Responsibility of States
13. Comment: Responsibility for Violations of International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law and Human Rights Law — Synergy and Conflict?
14. Dissemination and Monitoring Compliance of International Humanitarian Law
15. Fact-finding as a means of ensuring respect for international humanitarian law
16. Human Rights Treaty Bodies and Their Potential Role in Monitoring
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Keywords: LAW / General LAW000000