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Geiß, Zimmermann, & Haumer: Humanizing the Laws of War: The Red Cross and the Development of International Humanitarian Law

Geiß, Zimmermann, & Haumer: Humanizing the Laws of War: The Red Cross and the Development of International Humanitarian Law

Robin Geiß (University of Glasgow), Andreas Zimmermann (Universität Potsdam), & Stefanie Haumer (German Red Cross) have published Humanizing the Laws of War: The Red Cross and the Development of International Humanitarian Law (Cambridge Univ. Press 2017). Contents include:
  • Stefanie Haumer, Robin Geiss & Andreas Zimmermann, Introduction: the international Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and the development of international humanitarian Law
  • Robert Heinsch, The International Committee of the Red Cross and the Geneva Conventions of 1949
  • Michael Bothe, The International Committee of the Red Cross and the additional protocols of 1977
  • Jean-Marie Henckaerts, The International Committee of the Red Cross and the clarification of customary international humanitarian law
  • Robert Cryer, The International Committee of the Red Cross’ ‘interpretive guidance on the notion of direct participation in hostilities’: see a little light
  • Kathleen Lawand & Isabel Robinson, Development of treaties limiting or prohibiting the use of certain weapons: the role of the International Committee of the Red Cross
  • Carsten Stahn, Between ‘constructive engagement’, ‘collusion’ and ‘critical distance’: the International Committee of the Red Cross and the development of international criminal law
  • Robin Geiss & Andreas Zimmermann, The International Committee of the Red Cross – a unique actor in the field of international humanitarian law creation and progressive development

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