EJILEuropean Journal of International Law
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The Reparations Order in the Case of the Prosecutor v Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi', EJIL: Talk!, 25 Aug.
See, e.g., Melanie Fink, Protecting Europe or Irregular Migrants?: The (Mis)use of Force in the Mediterranean, EJIL:TALK!
5, 2015, 8:15 AM), https://www.justsecurity.org/19755/authorization- vs-regulation-detention-serdar-mohammed-v-mod-wrong [https://perma.cc/QA55-ADY8] ("[I]nternational human rights, as a body of law, does not provide the source of authority to detain."); Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne & Dapo Akande, Does IHL Provide a Legal Basis for Detention in Non-International Armed Conflicts?, EJIL: TALK!
Antonio Cassese, <<The Statute of the International Criminal Court: Some Preliminary Reflections >> (1999) 10 EJIL 144 a la p 169.
(37) See generally Rauna Kuokkanen, "Self-Determination and Indigenous Womens Rights at the Intersection of International Human Rights" (2012) 34:1 Hum Rts Q225; Karen Engle, "On Fragile Architecture: The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the Context of Human Rights" (2011) 22:1 EJIL 141; Hilary Charlesworth, "What Are 'Women's International Human Rights'?" in Rebecca Cook, ed, Human Rights of Women: National and International Perspectives (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1994) 58.
(40) For an interesting thought exercise, see, for example, Dapo Akande, Would it Be Lawful for European (or other) States to Provide Arms to the Syrian Opposition?, EJIL: TALK!
(34) BS Chimni, "International Institutions Today: An Imperial Global State in the Making" (2004) 15:1 EJIL 1 at 1 [Chimni, "International Institutions"].
(127.) See Gabriella Citroni, Swiss Court Finds No Immunity for the Former Algerian Minister of Defence Accused of War Crimes: Another Brick in the Wall of the Fight Against Impunity, EJIL: TALK!
(26.) Petersmann, Ernst Ulrich (2008) - Human Rights, International Economic Law and Constitutional Justice, 19 EJIL (2008) 769.
(8.) See, e.g., Kevin Jon Heller, Quick Thoughts on UBL's Killing--And a Response to Lewis, OPINIO JURIS (May 4, 2011, 12:02 AM), http://www.opiniojuris.org/2011/05/04/quickthoughts-on-ubls-killing-and-a- response-to-lewis/; Alon Margalit, The Bin Laden Killing: Clarifying the Normative Framework(s) Governing the 'War on Terror'?, EJIL: TALK!
As Max Du Plessis and Chris Gevers argue, Kenyan officials conflate the principle of complementarity "and the realpolitik exception in Article 16 [of the Rome Statute] that allows international peace and security to temporarily suspend the pursuit of justice." Max Du Plessis and Chris Gevers, "Kenya's ICC Deferral Request and the Proposed Amendment to Article 16 of the Rome Statute," EJIL: Talk!