Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Vol 15, 2012

About the author(s):

Katharine Fortin

Katharine Fortin is an Associate Professor at Utrecht University where she teaches IHL and IHRL. Before joining Utrecht University, she worked at the ICTY, ICC and Norton Rose Fulbright. She is the author of The Accountability of Armed Groups under Human Rights Law (Oxford University Press, 2017) which won the 2018 Lieber Prize. She has written widely about the framework of law that applies to armed groups in non-international armed conflicts and is one of the editors of the Armed Groups and International Law blog.

20130822T111749-Cover YIHL 15 2012 The Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law 2012 is now available as an ebook and in hardcover. The two main issues that it covers are (i) cyber warfare and (ii) child soldiers and the ICC Lubanga judgement. Its table of contents is as follows:-

Part I The Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare

1 The Tallinn Manual and International Cyber Security Law – Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg

2 The Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare: A Commentary on Chapter II – The Use of Force – Nicholas Tsagourias

3 Law in the Virtual Battlespace: The Tallin Manual and the Jus in Bello – Rain Liivoja and Tim McCormack

Part II Child Soldiers and the Lubanga case

4 Between Consolidation and Innovation: The International Criminal Court’s Trial Chamber Judgment in the Lubanga Case -Sylvain Vité

5 The Effects of the Lubanga Case on Understanding and Preventing Child Soldiering – Mark A. Drumbl

6 Sexual Violence Against Children on the Battle?eld as a Crime of Using Child Soldiers: Square Pegs in Round Holes and Missed Opportunities in Lubanga – Joe Tan

Part III Other Articles

7 The Duty to Investigate Civilian Casualties During Armed Con?ict and Its Implementation in Practice- Alon Margalit

8 Year in Review 2012 – Christophe Paulussen and Jessica Dorsey

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