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Founded in 1962 under the auspices of the International Society for Military Law and the Law of War (the “Society”), the Military Law and the Law of War Review / Revue de Droit Militaire et de Droit de la Guerre (the “Review”) ranks among the oldest and most respected publications at the international level in the area of military/security law and the law of armed conflict. Initially entitled Revue de Droit Pénal Militaire et de Droit de la Guerre / Military Law and the Law of War Review, it changed to its current name in 1989. About Us

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Review 2017-2018 - Volume 56

Available Articles

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Vol. 56/1

Bérénice Boutin
Responsibility in Connection with the Conduct of Military Partners
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Rana Moustafa Essawy
The Implied Powers Doctrine in the Fight against Chemical Weapons in Syria: Any Useful Purpose?
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Agata Kleczkowska
The US Strike of 7 April 2017 and How it Influenced the Law on the Use of Force
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Ozlem Ulgen
Pre-deployment Common Law Duty of Care and Article 36 Obligations in relation to Autonomous Weapons: Interface between Domestic Law and International Humanitarian Law?
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Samuel Longuet (ULB),
Julien Tropini (ULB),
Alice Sinon (UCL),
Pauline Lesaffre (UCL)

Conference on the ICRC updated Commentary on the First Geneva Convention: Capturing 60 years of Practice


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Vol. 56/2

Rogier Bartels
When Do Terrorist Organisations Qualify as “Parties to an Armed Conflict” under International Humanitarian Law?
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Alonso Gurmendi Dunkelberg
There and Back Again: The Inter-American Human Rights System’s Approach to International Humanitarian Law
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Anna Khalfaoui
The Curious Case of Civilians Working in Munitions Factories: Civilian Assumption of Risk in Armed Conflict and the United States DoD Law of War Manual
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