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Some Thoughts on the Serdar Mohammed Appeals Judgment

In this post I’d like to add a few thoughts on the recent Court of Appeal judgment in Serdar Mohammed, that we already covered on the blog…

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The UK Court of Appeal in Serdar Mohammed: Treaty and Customary IHL Provides No Authority for Detention in Non-international Armed Conflicts

Last week’s judgment in Mohammed v. Secretary of State for Defence is rich in analyses and observations concerning detention in non-international armed conflicts (NIACs). One of the…

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The Authority to Detain in NIACs Revisited: Serdar Mohammed in the Court of Appeal

As the English Court of Appeal breaks for the summer vacation, scores of international lawyers are about to descend on one of its latest decisions:…

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Breaking: Court of Appeal Affirms Serdar Mohammed

Breaking news: today the English Court of Appeal  unanimously affirmed Leggatt J’s judgment in Serdar Mohammed v. MoD, finding that IHL does not contain authority to…

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The Case of Russia’s Detention of Ukrainian Military Pilot Savchenko under IHL

There has been much debate in recent weeks over whether international humanitarian law (IHL) authorizes internment in non-international armed conflicts (NIACs) (see posts here, here and…

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IHL Does Authorize Detention in NIAC: A Rejoinder to Rogier Bartels

We are grateful to Rogier Bartels for his thoughtful comments on our recent post and article in which we argue that IHL authorizes State parties…

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IHL Does Not Authorise Detention in NIAC: A Reply to Sean Aughey and Aurel Sari  

As noted by Sean and Aurel, the appeals proceedings in Serdar Mohammed v Ministry of Defence have sparked a renewed debate about detention in non-international armed conflict…

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IHL Does Authorise Detention in NIAC: What the Sceptics Get Wrong

As Serdar Mohammed v Ministry of Defence hits the English Court of Appeal, the blogs have lit up with comments, criticisms and predictions. In recent posts…

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Announcement: EJIL:Live!; Additions to the UN Audio Visual Library; Events in London on International Judiciary and International Boundaries

1) In case you missed it: Episodes 1 and 2 of EJIL:Live! are available online, as is an audio episode…

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Announcements: EJIL:Live!; Lecture on Refugee Law, Queen Mary London; Lecture on WTO in London; Call for Papers on International Law Scholarship

1) In case you missed it: EJIL has made available a special audio podcast EJIL:Live! Extra. This audio episode of EJIL:Live! Extra features a discussion between…

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