‘The Legacy of the Mothers of Srebrenica Case’: special Issue of the Utrecht Journal of International and European Law

Introduction: Special Issue ‘The Legacy of the Mothers of Srebrenica Case’ (Cedric Ryngaert and Kushtrim Istrefi)

Mothers of Srebrenica: Causation and Partial Liability under Dutch Tort Law (Rianka Rijnhout)

The Right to Life in the Mothers of Srebrenica Case: Reversing the Positive Obligation to Protect from the Duty of Means to that of a Result (Kushtrim Istrefi)

Tort Law and State Accountability for Overseas Violations of International Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law: The UK Perspective (Uglješa Grušić)

Attributing Conduct in the Law of State Responsibility: Lessons from Dutch Courts Applying the Control Standard in the Context of International Military Operations (Cedric Ryngaert)

Fair Trial in Mothers of Srebrenica et al: Guessing as a Form of Reasoning (Zane Ratniece)

Litigating the Immunities of International Organizations in Europe: The ‘Alternative-Remedy’ Approach and its ‘Humanizing’ Function (Luca Pasquet)

Case Note: Legal Monuments for Srebrenica in the Hague (Otto Spijkers)

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Utrecht Journal of International and European Law – Volume 36 – Issue 2 – 2021

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