This article analyses the fundamental ways in which Islamic Law and IHL regimes are similar and the also significant ways in which their applications diverge.
Our editorial explores the rights and protections afforded to women and children during times of conflict, and argues that a nuanced approach is necessary to understand the issues that they face.
The editorial for warfare across domains gives an overview of the evolution and conduct of warfare in the air, at sea, in cyberspace, and in space.
This month’s editorial introduces the need for harmony between International Humanitarian Law and the global counter-terrorism regime.
Overview of the laws applicable to peacekeeping missions & identification of issues related to accountability of peacekeepers.
This editorial explores the application of the law of armed conflict in Pakistan’s domestic courts as well as the use of legal means to pursue strategic objectives.
This editorial focuses on the main issues relating to definitions, accountability, and applicability to non-state entities.
This editorial explores environmental damage during an armed conflict and the ways in which IHL protects the natural environment
How has globalization contributed to growing urban warfare and the debate surrounding the topic of using civilians as human shields in combat? How can the cardinal principles of international humanitarian law be applied to reduce human suffering in urbanised conflicts?
A discussion on the ways in which traditional rules and prohibitions of IHL would apply to emerging new weapons technologies.
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