Marina Sharpe



Marina Sharpe is Assistant Professor of international law at Canada’s Royal Military College Saint-Jean and Professeure associée in the Faculty of Law at Université de Sherbrooke. Her current SSHRC-funded research examines how international law protects people in and from crisis. She holds a DPhil in law from Oxford.

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Humanitarian access to Gaza

Israel’s siege of Gaza has been analyzed by Dannenbaum and Lauterbach in terms of the prohibition of the starvation of civilians as a method of warfare. Though not their primary objective, each author finds that under international humanitarian law (IHL) rules on humanitarian access, Israel must allow humanitarian relief to reach civilians…

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