by Ramindu Perera
The anti-ecocide movement emerged as an initiative to use international criminal law to prohibit large scale destruction of the natural environment. The legal definition of ecocide published by the Independent Expert Panel appointed by Stop Ecocide Foundation...
Asia-Pacific Journal of International Humanitarian Law
Ms. Sahar Haroon, ICRC Regional Legal Adviser in Southeast Asia
Prof. Rommel J. Casis, Managing Editor
Interview with Dr. Helen Durham
By Allelu de Jesus and Jeffrey-Michael Sison
Book Review of "Revisiting the Geneva...
By Sarthak Roy
Commissions of Inquiry encompass a wide range of bodies across the international legal and political landscape. From fact-finding missions, Commissions of Inquiry now confront institutional normative shifts of magnitude in the areas of international humanitarian, human rights,...
By Santosh Anand
The standard disciplinary history of the Geneva Conventions of 1949 tended to depict a picture that was exclusively a triumph of humanitarian principles. Only much later did revisionist scholarly accounts emerge that analyzed the present day issues...