Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law -- Volume 16, 2013: Correspondents' Reports United States of America

Asser Institute Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Volume 16, 2013

32 Pages Posted: 9 Jun 2015

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Chris Jenks

Southern Methodist University - Dedman School of Law

Date Written: June 7, 2015

Abstract

This correspondent report compiles examples of where and how in 2013 the United States demonstrated its compliance with international humanitarian law by prosecuting its service members in military courts-martial and captured enemy belligerents in military commissions and by US federal courts hearing detainee habeas challenges.

Keywords: United States, international humanitarian law, state practice, law of armed conflict, military justice, court-martial, habeas, commission, law of war, war crime

Suggested Citation

Jenks, Chris, Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law -- Volume 16, 2013: Correspondents' Reports United States of America (June 7, 2015). Asser Institute Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Volume 16, 2013. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2615479

Chris Jenks (Contact Author)

Southern Methodist University - Dedman School of Law ( email )

P.O. Box 750116
Dallas, TX 75275
United States

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