Readership: Scholars of international humanitarian law, international human rights law, and international criminal law; post-graduate students; practitioners in these areas.
Emily Crawford, Research Fellow, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law at the University of New South Wales
Dr Emily Crawford is a Visiting Fellow at the University of New South Wales, in Sydney, Australia, where she teaches International Law and International Humanitarian Law. She has a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws degree, and completed her Doctoral Thesis at the University of New South Wales on the differing levels of treatment afforded to participants in armed conflicts. Her research interests are international humanitarian law and international criminal law.
"...a concise and well-written contribution to the academic literature" - Matteo Tondini, Military Law and the Law of Ware Review
"This concise and authoritative coverage, of a concept that has confused sound-bite journalists and world leaders, provides a fabulous snapshot of the legal regime which must be implemented, in order to being order to this critical facet of IHL...This handy volume speaks volumes about the critical features of the interplay of maritime law and military endeavors, law enforcement activities, and intelligence concerns, from which there is no holiday." - ASIL
1: The Evolution of Armed Conflict in the Twentieth Century and the International Legal Response - Towards Convergence
2: Combatant Status and Prisoner of War Protections
3: Existing Protections for Participants in Non-International Armed Conflict
4: Completing the Picture: International Human Rights Law in Non-International Armed Conflicts
5: Achieving a Universal Combatant Status