Reparations by non-State armed groups: why does it matter? Exploring whether and how non-State armed groups (NSAGs), as collective duty bearers, might contribute to reparations for their violations of international humanitarian law (IHL) might appear far-fetched to some or even controversial to others. However, recent developments show that the present-day realities of armed conflicts – which are predominantly non-international in nature – have required the international community and other actors to address these challenging questions. Telling examples can be found in the work of the UN Group of Eminent Experts on Yemen (para. 867-8), and in the implementation of the …
War by Andrew Clapham
How relevant is the concept of war today? This book examines how notions about war continue to influence how we conceive rights and obligations in national and international law. It also considers the role international law plays in limiting what is forbidden and legitimated in times of war or armed conflict.
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