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A Few Thoughts on Hassan v. United Kingdom

Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne has written an excellent analysis of the European Court's recent Hassan v. UK judgment, which I fully subscribe to and have nothing substantive to…

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The Grand Chamber Judgment in Hassan v UK

The eagerly-awaited Grand Chamber judgment in the case of Hassan v UK has now been released, and its importance for anyone interested in extraterritoriality, detention and the…

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EJIL: Live! Special Episode on the Serdar Mohammed Judgment

In additional to the regular episodes of our EJIL: Live! podcast, which follow each issue of the Journal, we will also publish special episodes which deal with recent…

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Two Articles on the Relationship between IHL and IHRL

Readers interested in my four scenarios on the relationship between international humanitarian law and international human rights law who want to know how I would decide them,…

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Non-State Armed Groups in NIAC: Does IHL Provide Legal Authority for the Establishment of Courts?

Court of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam The recent Serdar Mohammed v. Ministry of Defencecase has prompted a number of interesting…

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Locating the Legal Basis for Detention in Non-International Armed Conflicts: A Rejoinder to Aurel Sari

Last month, in response to the decision of the English High Court in Serdar Mohammed v. Ministry of Defence (see Marko’s commentary here), we wrote…

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Sorry Sir, We’re All Non-State Actors Now: A Reply to Hill-Cawthorne and Akande on the Authority to Kill and Detain in NIAC

The recent High Court judgment in the case of Serdar Mohammed v. Ministry of Defence [2014] EWHC 1369 (QB) has sparked a lively debate about the authority…

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Does IHL Provide a Legal Basis for Detention in Non-International Armed Conflicts?

In their excellent posts on Serdar Mohammed v. Ministry of Defence [2014] EWHC 1369 (QB), both Kubo Mačák and Marko recognise the importance and hugely…

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No Legal Basis under IHL for Detention in Non-International Armed Conflicts? A Comment on Serdar Mohammed v. Ministry of Defence

On any account of the events that transpired one early April morning four years ago in northern Helmand in Afghanistan, the plight of Mr Serdar Mohammed is not…

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High Court Rules that the UK Lacks IHL Detention Authority in Afghanistan

Yesterday the High Court of England and Wales, per Mr Justice Leggatt, delivered a comprehensive judgment in Serdar Mohammed v. Ministry of Defence [2014] EWHC 1369 (QB),…

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