Steering Committee

Associate Director, Transitional Justice Institute; Professor of Public International Law, University of Ulster

Associate Professor of Law, Seton Hall Law School

Professor of Law, Wayne State University

Founding Director, The Institute for Integrated Transitions

Professor of Military Law at the University of Amsterdam

Professor of Law, New England School of Law

Head of the International Law Centre and Associate Professor of International Law at the Swedish National Defence College

Tilburg Law School, Department for Public Law, Jurisprudence and Legal History

W. Alton Jones Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University

Director of International Studies and Professor of Philosophy, University of Waterloo in Canada

Professor of Law, University of California, Hastings College of the Law

Vice President, International Center for Transitional Justice
 


SPOTLIGHT

 

Jus Post Bellum: Mapping the Normative Foundations is Open Access!

The Jus Post Bellum Project is excited to announce that Jus Post Bellum: Mapping the Normative Foundations is open access! We invite you to download this foundational work here! Of course, if you wish to buy the hard copy or read more about the volume, published by Oxford University Press, it is available in the Oxford University Press catalogue. The volume provides a comprehensive analysis of the laws and norms that apply to the process of ending war and building peace; systematically examines the merits and pitfalls of jus post bellum, drawing on theoretical inquiry, comparison to different bodies of international law, and key case-studies; and critically assesses the practical relevance of the theory of jus post bellum to the actual reality of post-conflict situations.

 

Article on JPB, TJ, & ICL

Jens Iverson, Researcher in International Law at The Jus Post Bellum Project, recently published an article on JPB, Transitional Justice, and International Criminal Law in the highly-ranked International Journal of Transitional Justice.

 

Conference Report

The Jus Post Bellum Launch Conference Report is available.

On 31 May and 1 June 2012, the Jus Post Bellum Project was proud to host its launch conference, “‘Jus-Post-Bellum’: Mapping the normative foundations.” The Conference Report focuses on the dialogue that occurred at the conference. It is impossible to capture the depth of the discussions that took place over the two-day conference, and therefore, as mentioned at the conference, we encourage participants and presenters to continue to debate on the project’s Virtual Research Environment. We are thankful to all participants and to attendees for sharing their insights.

Please visit the conference website for a wealth of material on Jus Post Bellum.

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