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Feminism, modern philosophy and the future of legitimacy of international constitutionalism
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2009)
International constitutionalism relates to processes of limiting traditionally unrestricted powers of states as ultimate subjects, law-makers and law-enforcers of international law. Human rights occupy a central, but ...
Imputed Criminal Liability and the Goals of International Justice
(Leiden Journal of International Law, 2007)
This article considers the suitability of employing particular modes of imputed criminal liability in trials before international criminal tribunals. It focuses specifically on the doctrines of joint criminal enterprise ...
Israeli Action in Jenin far from a Proportionate Response
(The Irish Times, 2002)
EU Bewildered by Ireland's Attitude to Peacekeeping Force for Macedonia
(The Irish Times, 2003)
Selective Conscientious Objection in International Law: Refusing to Participate in a Specific Armed Conflict
(Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, 2002-12)
Challenges in Applying Human Rights Law to Armed Conflict
(International Review of the Red Cross, 2005-12)
The debates over the relationship between International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law, have often focused on the question of whether human rights law continues to apply during armed conflict, and if ...