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Editorial
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Acknowledgements
The Editors
 
 
Avoiding the Legal Black Hole: Re-evaluating the Applicability of the European Convention on Human Rights to the United Kingdom´s Targeted Killing Policies
Liam Halewood
 
Advancing the Rule of Law Through Executive Measures: The Case of MINUSCA
Édith Vanspranghe
 
An Analysis of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Light of its Form as a Framework Agreement
Monika Subritzky
 

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GoJIL – Call for Submissions for Special Issue on “Protection of the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflict – Beyond the ILC“

The International Law Commission included the topic “Protection of the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflict” in 2011 on its future program of work. It is now in the stage of finalizing the project by drafting principles that address the phases of pre-conflict, during conflict, and post-conflict in light of different fields of international law, in particular looking into the laws of armed conflict, human rights law and international environmental law.

This special issue, which includes papers discussed during a workshop held in Hamburg in March 2019 (for the program and speakers, see https://www.jura.uni-hamburg.de/die-fakultaet/aktuelle-meldungen/2019-01-151.html), attempts to consolidate the legal protection of the environment during the three phases of armed conflict by the laws of armed conflict, human rights law and international environmental law. Contributions should address one (or several) of the three conflict phases with regard to environmental protection. Submissions can also zoom out of the three phases and look at different actors and affected groups, for instance, and how they are impacted by the environment and armed conflicts.

To shed light on these diverse aspects of environmental protection and armed conflict, we call for authors to submit papers from an international law background as well as other disciplines such as international relations, economics etc. Papers are submitted to a double-blind peer review and should not exceed 15,000 words including footnotes. We kindly ask you to hand in an abstract of your article by 1 June 2019. Within a month we will let you know if your submission will be considered. All articles must be submitted no later than 1 August 2019. Selected contributions will then be published in Issue 1 of Vol. 10 in 2020. Our article guidelines and further information, including the submission process can be found on at www.gojil.eu. In case of any questions please do not hesitate to contact the editors via email at info@gojil.eu.

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