Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
xii, 365 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction by the editors: Is there a 'principle of humanity' in international humanitarian law? / Kjetil Mujezinović Larsen, Camilla Guldahl Cooper, Gro Nystuen
The main epochs of modern international humanitarian law since 1864 and their related dominant legal constructions / Robert Kolb
The principle of proportionality / Yoram Dinstein
The Geneva conventions and the dichotomy between international and non-international armed conflict : curse or blessing for the "principle of humanity"? / Cecilie Hellestveit
A "principle of humanity" or a "principle of human-rightism"? / Kjetil Mujezinović Larsen
The principle of humanity in the development of "special protection" for children in armed conflict : 60 years beyond the Geneva Conventions and 20 years beyond the Convention on the Rights of the Child / Katarina Månsson
Military occupation of eastern Karelia by Finland in 1941-44 : was international law pushed aside? / Lauri Hannikainen
The occupied and the occupant : the case of Norway / Sigrid Redse Johansen
Multinational peace operations forces involved in armed conflict : who are the parties? / Ola Engdahl
Security detention in un peace operations / Peter Vedel Kessing
Humanity and the discourse of legality / Rikke Ishøy
Implementation in practice : 60 years of dissemination and other implementation efforts from a Norwegian perspective / Arne-Willy Dahl and Camilla G. Guldahl
Conclusions: Is there a "principle of humanity" in international humanitarian law? / Kjetil Mujezinović Larsen and Camilla G. Guldahl.