International review of the Red Cross : humanitarian debate: law, policy, action / International Committee of the Red Cross.Material type: Continuing resourceSeries: Non-State armed groups. (915) ; 102Geneva : International Committee of the Red Cross and Cambridge University Press, c2021Description: v. 23 cmContent type:
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Editorial / Bruno Demeyere -- Interview with Attaher Zacka Maïga Networking Coordinator -- The legal protection of persons living under the control of non-State armed groups / Tilman Rodenhäuser -- Engaging armed groups at the International Committee of the Red Cross: Challenges, opportunities and COVID-19 / Irénée Herbet and Jérôme Drevon -- Beyond the state of play: Establishing a duty of non-State armed groups to provide reparations / Olivia Herman -- Violence and repair: The practice and challenges of non-State armed groups engaging in reparations / Luke Moffett -- ICRC Engagement with Non-State Armed Groups / Why, how, for what purpose, and other salient issues -- State responsibility for community defence groups gone rogue / Jemma Arman -- Additional Protocol II: Elevating the minimum threshold of intensity? / Martha M. Bradley -- Exploring foundational convergence between the Islamic law of armed conflict and modern international humanitarian law: Evidence from al-Shaybani’s Siyar al-Kabir / Cenap Çakmak and Gökhan Güneysu -- Armed groups, IHL and the invisible world: How spiritual beliefs shape warfare / Ana Dols García -- Breaking the silence: Advocacy and accountability for attacks on hospitals in armed conflict / Lara Hakki, Eric Stover and Rohini J. Haar -- Protecting the global information space in times of armed conflict / Henning Lahmann -- “For private or personal use”: The meaning of the special intent requirement in the war crime of pillage under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court / Yulia Nuzban -- On prisoners, family life and collective punishment: The Namnam case / Yaël Ronen -- The impact of attacks on urban services II: Reverberating effects of damage to water and wastewater systems on infectious disease / Michael Talhami and Mark Zeitoun -- Bringing IHL Home: Guidelines on the National Implementation of International Humanitarian Law -- Allies, Partners and Proxies: Managing Support Relationships in Armed Conflict to Reduce The Human Cost of War -- International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) position on autonomous weapon systems: ICRC position and background paper -- The potential human cost of the use of weapons in outer space and the protection afforded by international humanitarian law Position paper submitted by the International Committee of the Red Cross to the Secretary-General of the United Nations on the issues outlined in General Assembly Resolution 75/36, 8 April 2021.