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Review 2018-2019 - Volume 57
Issue 57/1

Foreword - Avant-Propos - Voorwoord - Prefacio - Prefazione - Vorwort

Henri D. Bosly Frits H. E. Gorlé In Memoriam

Articles

Marine Wéry La jurisprudence relative à la clause d’exclusion prévue à l’article 141bis du Code pénal: la difficile application du droit international humanitaire par les cours et tribunaux belges
Summary - Article

Julien Tropini La rupture de l’équilibre juridique de l’article 141bis du code pénal belge par la jurisprudence sur les « combattants étrangers » : La remise en cause de la répartition des compétences entre le droit international humanitaire et le droit antiterroriste.
Summary - Article

Matteo Tondini Espionage and International Law in the Age of Permanent Competition
Summary - Article

Hanna Bourgeois &
Jean-Emmanuel Perrin
The Use of Force for Mission Accomplishment: A Pitfall in Contemporary Operations?
Summary - Article

Miek Lamaire
Virginie Lambotte
Sarah Letellier
Celine Van Holsbeeck
& Hélène Paquay
Report of the Second ‘Silent leges inter arma?’ International Conference held in Bruges from 19 to 21 September 2018
Report

Book Reviews

M. Longobardo
The Use of Armed Force in Occupied Territory
by Hanne Cuyckens

S. Casey-Maslen and T. Vestner
A Guide to International Disarmament Law
by Thibaut East

Issue 57/2

Articles

Tobias Vestner Targeting Private Military and Security Companies
Article

Samuel C. Duckett White A Soldier by Any Other Name: A Reappraisal Of The ‘Citizen in Uniform’ Doctrine in Light of Part IIIAAA of the Defence Act 1903 (Cth)
Article

Jens Claerman Guarding the vigilant guardian: A legal perspective on Belgium’s domestic deployment of the armed forces
Article

Tokwene A Ndjokou Eloubwe Ilate Le droit pénal militaire camerounais : combat inégalitaire entre normalisation et spécialisation d'un droit exceptionnel
Article

Diletta Marchesi,
Celine Van Holsbeeck
& Hélène Paquay
Report of the Third ‘Silent Leges Inter Arma?’ International Conference held in Bruges from 18 to 20 September 2019
Report