International Humanitarian Law and Terrorism
- DLP Shorts
This article examines the dangers of violent extremism in Afghanistan in the aftermath of the Taliban takeover, and explores how IHL can be used to facilitate humanitarian assistance.
This article charts the international community’s attempts to define terrorism and explores the factors that have complicated the formation of a coherent and universally acceptable definition.
This article assesses the relationship between counter-terrorism (CT) and international humanitarian law (IHL) and make recommendations for the increased consideration of IHL in FTF cases.
This article aims to examine the interaction that exists, or the lack of it, between international counterterrorism law and international humanitarian law.