Edited book

War by Contract: Human Rights, Humanitarian Law and Private Contractors


Editors
Francioni Francesco, Ronzitti Natalino


Publisher
Oxford University Press

Publication year
2011


Place of publication
Oxford


Chapters
  • Introduction
  • Policy Prospects of Regulating Private Military and Security Companies
    Cusumano Eugenio pp.11-36
  • The Use of Private Contractors in the Fight against Piracy: Policy Options
  • The Role of Human Rights in the Regulation of Private Military and Security Companies
  • The Impact of the UE Human Rights System on Operations of Private Military and Security Companies
  • The Role of the Home State in Ensuring Compliance with Human Rights by Private Military Contractors
  • Positive Human Rights Obligations of the Hiring State Connection with the Provision of "Coercitive Services" by a Private Military or Security Company
    Hoppe Carsten pp.111-129
  • Duties to Prevent, Investigate and Redress Human Rights Violations by Private Military and Security Companies: The Role of the Host State
    Bakker Christine pp.130-148
  • Adjudicating Human Rights Violations Committed by Private Contractors in Conflict Situations Before the European Court of Human Rights
    Pinzauti Giulia pp.149-170
  • The Right to Life and Self-defence of Private Military and Security Contractors in Armed Conflict
  • Status of Private Military and Security Company Personnel in the Law of International Armed Conflict
    Sossai Mirko pp.197-217
  • Private Military and Security Contractors as "Person who Accompany the Armed Forces"
    Bartolini Giulio pp.218-234
  • Private Military and Security Companies in Non-international Armed Conflicts: Ius ad Bellum and Ius in Bello Iusses
    Vierucci Luisa pp.235-261
  • Children's Rights: The Potential Impact of Private Military and Security Companies
  • Women and Private Military and Security Companies
    Vrdoljak Ana Filipa pp.280-298
  • Private Military and Security Companies and the UE's Crisis Management: Perspectives Under Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law
    Falco Valentina pp.299-320
  • Old Concepts and New Challenges: Are Private Contractors the Mercenaries of the Twenty-first Century?
  • The Role of International Regulatory Initiatives on Business and Human Rights for Holding Private Military and SEcurity Contractors to Account
    MacLeod Sorcha pp.343-361
  • Codes of Conduct for Private Military and Security Companies: The State of Self-regulation in the Industry
  • Institutional Responsability for Private Military and Security Companies
    White Nigel D. pp.381-395
  • State Responsability for Conduct of Private Military and Security Companies
  • The Criminal Responsability of Private Military and Security Company Personnel Under International Humanitarian Law
    Quirico Ottavio pp.423-447
  • Immunity for Private Military Contractors: Legal Hurdles or Political Snags?
    Frulli Micaela pp.448-469
  • Liability in Tort of Private Military and Security Companies: Jurisditional Issues and Applicable Law
    Atteritano Andrea pp.470-489

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