To effectively search hundreds of journals at the same time, see the Journals page in this guide for our recommended databases.
Individual online and print Journals and Yearbooks on international humanitarian law held by the Law Library include:
Roberts, Christopher M, 'From Discretion to Law: Rights-Based Concerns and the Evolution of International Sanctions' (2018) 44(1) Brooklyn Journal of International Law
Grzebyk, Patrycja, 'To Kill or Not to Kill: the Use of Force against Legitimate Targets in Armed Conflicts' (2018) 7(2) Wroclaw Review of Law, Administration & Economics
The War Report is published annually since 2013 by the Geneva Academy of Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. It provides an overview of contemporary trends in current armed conflicts, including key international humanitarian law (IHL) and policy issues that have arisen and require attention. Aimed at students, academics, experts, journalists and diplomats as well as NGOs and international organizations, The War Report also lists current armed conflicts where IHL applies and focuses on selected situations.