Ezequiel Heffes and Marcos D. Kotlik


Ezequiel Heffes holds an LL.M., Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. Marcos D. Kotlik is a Masters in International Relations candidate (2013–2014), University of Buenos Aires (UBA), School of Law. Both authors are lawyers from UBA. This post reflects partial conclusions of their ongoing research, as members of the project “Beyond the Jus in Bello? The Regulation of Armed Conflicts in the History of Jus Gentium and the Limits of IHL as an Autonomous Regime Before other Branches of a ‘Fragmented’ Public International Law”, approved and funded by UBA, School of Law.

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