- Title Pages
- The Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law Edited by Professor Marise Cremona, Professor Bruno de Witte, and Professor Franceso Francioni Assistant Editor: Anny Bremner
- Notes on Contributors
- Table of Cases
- Table of Legislation
- 1 Introduction: International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law—Pas de Deux
- 2 Human Rights and Humanitarian Law as Competing Legal Paradigms for Fighting Terror
- 3 The Role of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law in New Types of Armed Conflicts
- 4 Norm Conflicts, International Humanitarian Law, and Human Rights Law
- 5 PathoLAWgical Occupation: Normalizing the Exceptional Case of the Occupied Palestinian Territory and Other Legal Pathologies
- 6 The Role of the European Court of Human Rights in Monitoring Compliance with Humanitarian Law in Armed Conflict
- 7 Cultural Heritage in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
- 8 Are Victims of Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Entitled to Compensation?
- 9 Post-conflict Accountability and the Reshaping of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
- International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law
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