Most Read Posts in 2020

About the author(s):

Ezequiel Heffes is a Senior Policy and Legal Advisor at Geneva Call, a humanitarian NGO that promotes respect of humanitarian norms by armed non-State actors. He holds an LLM in IHL and Human Rights from the Geneva Academy, and a law degree from the University of Buenos Aires School of Law. Ezequiel is currently finishing his PhD at the University of Leiden. Prior to joining Geneva Call, he worked for the ICRC in Colombia, Afghanistan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. He has widely published on different international law issues, being the author of Detention by Non-State Armed Groups under International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2022) and the co-editor of International Humanitarian Law and Non-State Actors. Debates, Law and Practice (Springer/Asser Press, 2020).

Happy new year to our readers! We want to take this opportunity to wish you all a wonderful 2021 and thank you for reading the blog in 2020. Below is a list of the 5 posts that received the most views last year. We hope to have relevant discussions about armed groups and international law this year:

  1. Katharine Fortin, Podcasts recommendations – legal, non-legal and pure escape (April 2020)
  2. Tadesse Kebebew & Joshua Niyo, Instant Non-international Armed Conflict? Classifying the situation in Northern Ethiopia under IHL (December 2020)
  3. ICRC, The legal regime protecting persons living in territory under the control of non-State armed groups (May 2020)
  4. Elvina Pothelet, Life in rebel territory: is everything war? (May 2020)
  5. Annyssa Bellal, From cockroaches to rosebuds: changing the international community’s perception of non-State armed groups (May 2020)

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