International law protects fighters and civilians differently. Establishing who has been a victim of a war crime and who has been a lawful casualty of war is not always easy.
Female foreign fighters are framed as delusional, emotionally unstable, and naïve jihadi brides in search of a husband. This narrative can be dangerous, explains Ester Strømmen at PluriCourts.
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- PluriCourts Lunch seminar: The Extraordinary African Chambers in the Senegalese judicial system : Universal jurisdiction and the limits of institutional creativity June 3, 2020 12:15 PM
- Legal Reading Group: “Judging International Judgments Anew? The Human Rights Courts before Domestic Courts” June 4, 2020 1:00 PM
- PluriCourts Lunch seminar Between Universalism and State Consent: Regional Customary International Law and the International Court of Justice June 10, 2020 12:15 PM
Asymmetric diffusion: World Bank ‘best practice’ and the spread of arbitration in national investment laws
Feb. 28, 2020 1:39 PM
Article by Tarald Laudal Berge and Taylor St John, published in Review of International Political Economy.
Face à Face
Feb. 14, 2020 2:48 PM
Interview with President Yusuf – President of the International Court of Justice by Freya Baetens and Pierre Bodeau-Livinec, published in The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals.