Asia-Pacific Journal of International Humanitarian Law

2020 Edition

Foreword by
Ms. Georgia Hinds, ICRC Regional Legal Adviser in the Pacific

Preface by
Prof. Rommel J. Casis, Managing Editor


Deciphering the Landscape of International Humanitarian Law in the Asia-Pacific
by Dr. Suzannah Linton

Crime and Omission: Command Responsibility from Manila to Rome
by Raphael Lorenzo A. Pangalangan

Malaysia and the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Call for Ratification
by Kelisiana Thynne and Fiona Barnaby

Gunshot Wound Reporting Legislation in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Need to Ensure Better Consistency with IHL
by Kelisiana Thynne and Sahar Haroon

The Road to Ongwen: Consolidating Contradictory Child Soldiering Narratives in International Criminal Law
by Jonathan Kwik

Justice for Syrians Under the International Criminal Court: Applying the Myanmar Model of Territorial Jurisdiction for Cross-Border Crimes
by Natasha Chabbra

Radio Silence: Autonomous Military Aircraft and the Importance of Communication for their Use in Peace Time and in Times of Armed Conflict under International Law
by Dr. Eve Massingham

Grey Zone Conflict in the South China Sea and Challenges Facing the Legal Framework for the Use of Force at Sea
by Trang T. Ngo

Malaysia and the Rome Statute: Panel Discussion during the Margins of the IHL Moot Court Competition at the International Islamic University Malaysia on 12 October 2019
by Dr. Jan Römer

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