A recent issue of the Israel Law Review (Vol. 43, no. 2, 2010) contains a symposium on international humanitarian law. Contents include:
- Nigel Rodley & Yuval Shany, Introduction
- Dino Kritsiotis, The Tremors of Tadić
- Jean d’Aspremont, Multilateral versus Unilateral Exercises of Universal Criminal Jurisdiction
- Marco Roscini, The United Nations Security Council and the Enforcement of International Humanitarian Law
- Matthew Happold, Protecting Children in Armed Conflict: Harnessing the Security Council’s "Soft Power"
- Andrea Breslin, Ensuring Respect for International Humanitarian Law: The European Union’s Guidelines on Promoting Compliance with IHL
- Eitan Diamond, Before the Abyss: Reshaping International Humanitarian Law to Suit the Ends of Power