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One of the research aims of NILSC is to facilitate high quality publications, whether this is through collaborative or individual research work.

Collaborative NILSC outputs

  • Marko Milanovic and Michael N Schmitt, ‘Cyber Attacks and Cyber (Mis)information Operations during a Pandemic’ (2020) Journal of National Security Law and Policy (Forthcoming)
  • Marianthi Pappa, ‘International Energy Investments and Unrecognized States: Opportunities and Risks for Private Actors’ (2020) 30(1) Colorado Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law Review 67-113
  • Marianthi Pappa, ‘Forcible Acts by States towards Non-State Actors Operating in Disputed Waters: Beyond the Limits of International Law?’ (2019) Legal Issues Journal
  • Marianthi Pappa and Hussein Badreddine, ‘The Lebanese-Israeli Dispute: A territorial or energy issue?’ 2019 (2) OGEL
  • Marianthi Pappa, ‘The Aegean Sea Dispute on the Edge of Escalating: Mapping the legal options between Greece and Turkey’ (9/9/2020) Volkerrechtsblog
  • Christy Shucksmith-Wesley, ‘The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement Response to Ebola 2014-2016’ in Mark Eccleston-Turner (ed) Infectious Diseases in the New Millennium: Legal and Ethical Challenges (Springer Nature, 2020)
  • Christy Shucksmith- Wesley, ‘Disaster Risk Reduction, the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) and Emergency Health for Women in Nepal 2015: Reflections and recommendations to prevent future human rights abuses’ in The Cambridge Handbook of Disaster Risk Reduction and International Law (CUP 2019, editors Katja Samuel, Marie Aronsson-Storrier, and Kirsten Bookmiller)
  • Nigel D White, 2020. Jam Tomorrow?: Implications for United Nations Human Rights Liability of the United States Supreme Court's Judgment on Immunity Human Rights Law Review. 20, 189-204
  • Nigel D White, 2020. Understanding Nuclear Deterrence Within the International Constitutional Architecture. In: Jonathan Black-Branch and Dieter Fleck, eds., Nuclear Non-Proliferation in International Law: Legal Challenges for Nuclear Security and Deterrence V. Springer. 237-267
  • Nigel D White, 2019. Ending the US Embargo of Cuba: International Law in Dispute Journal of Latin American Studies. 51, 163-186
  • Nigel D White, 2019. Peacekeeping Doctrine: An Autonomous Legal Order? Nordic Journal of International Law. 88(1), 86-110
  • Nigel D White, 2019. The Legacy of the League of Nations: Continuity or Change? Revista Espanola de Derecho Internacional. 71, 277-283
  • Nigel D White, 2019. Peace-making in Syria: Why the Security Council Fails Nottingham Law Journal. 28, 55-68
  • Journal of Conflict and Security Law, currently in its 23rd year, is a peer-reviewed Journal published thrice yearly by Oxford University Press. Nigel White is the founding editor and currently co-editor. Dino Kritsiotis is a member of the editorial board. Richard McKenzie Gray-Scott and Edoardo Vacca from the NILSC PGR community currently provide editorial assistance.
  • Special Thematic Issue on ‘Business, Human Rights and Security’ of the Business and Human Rights Journal (BHRJ) published by Cambridge University Press (forthcoming, 2019). The special issue will be guest edited by Professor Mary Footer and Professor Nigel White.
  • Nigel D. White, Mary E. Footer, Kerry Senior, Mark van Dorp, Vincent Kiezebrink, Y. Wasi Gede Puraka and Ayudya Farji Anzas, “Blurring Public and Private Security in Indonesia: Corporate Interests and Human Rights in a Fragile World”, (2018) 65(2) Netherlands International Law Review 217-252. This article arose out of project funded by the Netherlands Scientific Organisation (NWO) involved a partnership between NILSC, SOMO (Netherlands) and Inkrispena (Indonesia).
  • Mary E Footer, Julia Schmidt, Nigel D White and Lydia Davies-Bright (eds), Security and International Law (Oxford, Hart, 2016). This publication arose from the ILA (British Branch Conference) held at Nottingham in April 2012.

Other NILSC members are regular reviewers and contributors.

Nottingham International Law and Security Centre

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