Article également paru dans: Yearbook of international humanitarian law, vol. 14 (2011) sous le titre : The ECtHR's Al-Jedda judgment : implications for IHL
The European Court of Human Rights’ judgment in the Al-Jedda case dealt with the lawfulness of UK detention practice in Iraq under the European Convention on Human Rights. The Court’s opinion could, however, be read as having broader implications for the ability of states parties to that treaty to conduct detention operations in situations of armed conflict. This article analyzes what the Court did – and did not say – about the application of international humanitarian law.
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