Organizing Rebellion: Non-State Armed Groups under International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights Law, and International Criminal Law
Oxford University Press, 23 mars 2018 - 400 sidor
The number of non-state actors, in the past not accountable for committing international crimes or violating human rights, is proliferating rapidly. Their ways of operating evolve, with some groups being increasingly fragmented and others organizing transnationally or in cyber space. As non-state armed groups are involved in the vast majority of todays armed conflicts and crisis situations, a new and increasingly important question has to be raised as to whether, and at what point, these groups are bound by international law and thereby accountable for their acts. Breaking new ground in addressing international human rights law, international criminal law, and international humanitarian law in one swoop, Rodenhäusers text will be essential to academics and practitioners alike.
Table of Treaties
THE REQUIRED DEGREE OF ORGANIZATION OF A NONSTATE PARTY TO
Parties to NonInternational Armed Conflicts under International Treaty
Organized Armed Groups in Contemporary International Practice
Human Rights Natural Rights and their Applicability beyond the State
The Fallacy of Effective Human Rights Protection under Relevant Treaty
NonState Entity Involvement in Crimes against Humanity
The Historical Development of Crimes against Humanity
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Accountability of Armed acts APII applicable argued Armed Opposition Groups attack capacity civilian population collective entity Commentary Commission of Inquiry Common Article context control over territory Crime of Genocide Crimes against Humanity cyber degree of organization Elements of Crimes Geneva Conventions groups exercising Human Rights Council Human Rights Law human rights obligations human rights violations ibid ICC Statute ICRC ICTY implement individuals insurgents Internal Armed Conflict International Commission International Criminal Court International Criminal Law International Human Rights International Humanitarian Law International Law Commission international legal involvement Journal of International Judgment military NIAC Non-International Armed Conflict Non-State Actors non-state armed groups non-state entities non-state party norms obligations of armed Obligations of Non-State OHCHR operations organizational organized armed group paras Protocol Report Republic requirement responsibility Rome Statute Schabas scope situations Sivakumaran state-like state’s suggested Syria Tadić territorial control territory and population Trial Chamber Tribunal United Nations violence