42 Isr. L. Rev. 3 (2009)

handle is hein.journals/israel42 and id is 1 raw text is: ISRAEL LAW REVIEW

Volume 42                        Number 1                         2009
Introduction
Yuval Shany           .................................... .......  5
SYMPOSIUM ON COMPLEMENTING INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN
LAW: EXPLORING THE NEED FOR ADDITIONAL NORMS TO GOVERN
CONTEMPORARY CONFLICT SITUATIONS
Rethinking the Application of IHL in Non-International Armed Conflicts
David Kretzmer           .................................. ......  8
Transnational Armed Conflict: A Principled Approach to
the Regulation of Counter-Terror Combat Operations
Geoffrey Corn & Eric Talbot Jensen   ..................   ....... 46
Complementing Occupation Law? Selective Judicial Treatment of the
Suitability of Human Rights Norms
Ralph Wilde                           ...................... ..................  80
The Law Applicable to Non-Occupied Gaza: A Comment on
Bassiouni v. The Prime Minister oflsrael
Yuval Shany           .................................... ..... 101
Economic Sanctions in IHL: Suggested Principles
Amichai Cohen           .................................. ..... 117
Pragmatism and Principle in International Humanitarian Law
Michael M Lieberman          ............................. ..... 150
The Internal Legal Order of the European Union as a
Complementary Framework for its Obligations under IHL
Valentina Falco       ........................................... 168
BOOK REVIEWS
Exploring Social Rights: Between Theory and Practice,
Daphne Barak-Erez & Aeyal M. Gross eds. (Hart Publishing, 2007)
Allan Rosas         ................................     ......... 206

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