Just another case of treaty interpretation ? : reconciling humanitarian law and human rights law in the ICJ
A farewell to fragmentation : reassertion and convergence in international law
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015
This chapter offers a fresh critique of the approach taken by the International Court of Justice to the relationship between humanitarian law and human rights law. In so doing, it seeks to move beyond the intractable debates that have dominated this area, offering an original account of the relationship that is firmly grounded in general international law concepts of treaty interpretation.
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