Collective Self-Defense and the Internationalization of Armed Conflicts in Eastern DRC

Collective Self-Defense and the Internationalization of Armed Conflicts in Eastern DRC

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| Apr 8, 2024

Collective Self-Defense and the Internationalization of Armed Conflicts in Eastern DRC Nearly a decade after the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) signed a ceasefire agreement with the March 23 (M23) rebel movement, violence has once again erupted in the...
The Mission Against IS-affiliate Ansar al-Sunna in Mozambique: Does the Law of NIAC Apply?

The Mission Against IS-affiliate Ansar al-Sunna in Mozambique: Does the Law of NIAC Apply?

| Sep 7, 2023

The Mission Against IS-affiliate Ansar al-Sunna in Mozambique: Does the Law of NIAC Apply? In October 2017, Ansar al-Sunna, a non-State group, initiated a violent conflict in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique. In April 2018, the group pledged allegiance to the Islamic State...
Mass Grave in Sudan: Revisiting the Rules on the Treatment and Disposal of the Dead

Mass Grave in Sudan: Revisiting the Rules on the Treatment and Disposal of the Dead

| Aug 9, 2023

Mass Grave in Sudan: Revisiting the Rules on the Treatment and Disposal of the Dead On July 13, 2023, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Volker Türk, reported that eighty-seven bodies were discovered in a mass grave in the west of the Darfur region in Sudan....