Oxford Monographs in International Humanitarian & Criminal Law
This series emerged through the vision of the late Antonio Cassese. Since then the series has published original and innovative works on challenging issues in international humanitarian law and international criminal justice, primarily by emerging authors. Given the ever-growing intersection of these areas with other fields of international law such as the jus ad bellum, and disciplines such as criminology, sociology, and history, the scope of the series also incorporates these perspectives. Fresh approaches and new ideas for improving conceptual and practical challenges are welcomed. The series editors encourage submissions from around the world, and will consider edited collections, although the primary focus is on authored works.
Series Editors: Suzannah Linton, Member, Expert Committee, International Academy of the Red Cross & Red Crescent at Suzhou University; Adjunct Professor, School of International Law, China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) and Salvatore Zappalà, Professor of International Law at the University of Catania