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Child Soldiers and the Defence of Duress under International Criminal Law (2019)
Book
Quenivet, N. (2019). Child Soldiers and the Defence of Duress under International Criminal Law. Palgrave Macmillan

This book investigates the use of duress as a defence in international criminal law, specifically in cases of child soldiers. The prosecution of children for international crimes often only focuses on whether children can and should be prosecuted und... Read More about Child Soldiers and the Defence of Duress under International Criminal Law.

The obligation to investigate after a potential breach of article 2 ECHR in an extra-territorial context: Mission impossible for the armed forces? (2019)
Journal Article
Quénivet, N. (2019). The obligation to investigate after a potential breach of article 2 ECHR in an extra-territorial context: Mission impossible for the armed forces?. Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, 37(2), 119-138. https://doi.org/10.1177/0924051919844374

© The Author(s) 2019. The growing number of military operations conducted by States Party to the European Convention on Human Rights abroad has led to a concomitant surge in court cases, notably relating to the duty to investigate an attack resulting... Read More about The obligation to investigate after a potential breach of article 2 ECHR in an extra-territorial context: Mission impossible for the armed forces?.

A (Wo)Man’s honour: Have the Geneva conventions lost their gender? (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2019, April). A (Wo)Man’s honour: Have the Geneva conventions lost their gender?. Paper presented at Seminar to Mark 70 Years of the Geneva Conventions

The 1949 Geneva Conventions have often been criticised for failing to take into the specific situation of women in armed conflict and in fact for adopting an outdated and conservative view of women's role and position in society. This paper argues th... Read More about A (Wo)Man’s honour: Have the Geneva conventions lost their gender?.

Binding the United Nations to customary (human rights) law (2019)
Journal Article
Quénivet, N. (2020). Binding the United Nations to customary (human rights) law. International Organizations Law Review, 17(2), 379-417. https://doi.org/10.1163/15723747-20181138

Whilst most legal scholarship focuses on the responsibility of the United Nations for human rights violations few studies have ascertained the legal basis of the primary rules leading to such responsibility. This article fills this gap by reviewing t... Read More about Binding the United Nations to customary (human rights) law.

Assessing EU citizenship under the myopic lens of Brexit (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C., & Quenivet, N. (2018, November). Assessing EU citizenship under the myopic lens of Brexit. Paper presented at Transformation of Citizenship

In Grzelczyk the CJEU defined EU citizenship as a fundamental status that enables nationals of Member States to enjoy the same treatment in law. In Zambrano the close correlation between this fundamental status and the enjoyment of substantive rights... Read More about Assessing EU citizenship under the myopic lens of Brexit.

Conferral of nationality of the kin state - mission creep? (2018)
Book Chapter
Quénivet, N., & Hassler, S. (2018). Conferral of nationality of the kin state - mission creep?. In S. Sayapin, & E. Tsybulenko (Eds.), The Use of Force against Ukraine and International Law – Jus Ad Bellum, Jus In Bello, Jus Post Bellum, (73-110). The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6265-222-4_4

Nationality is a surprisingly complex and emotive issue. At a time when global events appear increasingly threatening, the individual desire to align with a solid State is stronger than ever. While the acquisition of nationality is commonly not subje... Read More about Conferral of nationality of the kin state - mission creep?.

Human rights and military operations abroad (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2018, June). Human rights and military operations abroad. Paper presented at British International Studies Association - Annual Conference

The past decades have seen a surge in the number of cases before national courts as well as the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) relating to acts committed by armed forces deployed in military operations abroad. The first hurdle faced by the co... Read More about Human rights and military operations abroad.

The human rights obligations of the United Nations: Sources and scope of application (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2018, April). The human rights obligations of the United Nations: Sources and scope of application. Presented at Ghandhi Research Seminar Series

There is no doubt that the United Nations has on various occasions violated human rights norms. Yet, whilst most legal scholarship focuses on the responsibility of the United Nations for human rights violations few studies have ascertained the legal... Read More about The human rights obligations of the United Nations: Sources and scope of application.

Beyond passportisation: When legal grey areas leave the door open to interventionism and rewriting post-1945 principles on international peace and security (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N., & Hassler, S. (2017, November). Beyond passportisation: When legal grey areas leave the door open to interventionism and rewriting post-1945 principles on international peace and security. Paper presented at Hybrid Threats and Asymmetric Warfare: What to do?

By exploring Russia’s activities from the fall of the Soviet Union to nowadays, this paper examines how Russia uses nationality (understood in a wide sense of the term) as a political, economic, and cultural tool to justify expansionism. Russia, so i... Read More about Beyond passportisation: When legal grey areas leave the door open to interventionism and rewriting post-1945 principles on international peace and security.

European Union Law (2017)
Book
Dadomo, C., & Quenivet, N. (2017). European Union Law. Hall & Stott Publishing

European Union Law is written for students on LLB and GDL courses and aims to reflect developments in legal education. The book fully explores the core areas of European Union law whilst setting them in a contextual and practical framework too. I... Read More about European Union Law.

Brexit and EU citizenship (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C., & Quenivet, N. (2017, July). Brexit and EU citizenship. Paper presented at Citizenship and Law

In the past few years the concept of citizenship has been a growing subject of studies in law and politics. The distinction between nationality and citizenship, the rights and duties of nationals and citizens, EU citizenship, etc have attracted consi... Read More about Brexit and EU citizenship.

Does and should international law prohibit the prosecution of children for war crimes? (2017)
Journal Article
Quenivet, N. (2017). Does and should international law prohibit the prosecution of children for war crimes?. European Journal of International Law, 28(2), 433-455. https://doi.org/10.1093/ejil/chx023

© The Author, 2017. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of EJIL Ltd. This article investigates whether international law prohibits the prosecution of children for war crimes and, if it does not, whether it should do so. In particular, the... Read More about Does and should international law prohibit the prosecution of children for war crimes?.

Commentary on the European Council’s Draft Guidelines Following the UK’s Notification under Article 50 TEU (2017)
Journal Article
Dadomo, C., & Quenivet, N. (2017). Commentary on the European Council’s Draft Guidelines Following the UK’s Notification under Article 50 TEU

Under Article 50(2) TEU ‘A Member State which decides to withdraw [from the EU] shall notify the European Council of its intention.’ As the Heads of States or Government of the 27 Member States and the Presidents of the European Council and the Europ... Read More about Commentary on the European Council’s Draft Guidelines Following the UK’s Notification under Article 50 TEU.

The normative framework of international humanitarian law relating to administrative detention in occupation (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2016, September). The normative framework of international humanitarian law relating to administrative detention in occupation. Paper presented at Administrative Detention in Israel: The Case of Palestinians

This paper explains the legal framework of detention in international armed conflict, focusing more specifically on detention of civilians under occupation. The paper presents the law relating to the grounds for detention, the procedural obligations... Read More about The normative framework of international humanitarian law relating to administrative detention in occupation.

Legal protection of children as refugees and internally displaced persons (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2016, September). Legal protection of children as refugees and internally displaced persons. Paper presented at Wartime Child Displacement: Comparing Historical and Contemporary Cases

After defining the key terms relating to children on the move, this presentation focuses on the protection afforded to children by UNHCR and States. It explains the complex web of legal rights and obligations relating to the protection of refugee and... Read More about Legal protection of children as refugees and internally displaced persons.

The grave breaches charges at the ECCC. An analysis of international humanitarian law in the Duch case (2016)
Book Chapter
Quenivet, N. (2016). The grave breaches charges at the ECCC. An analysis of international humanitarian law in the Duch case. In S. Meisenberg, & I. Stegmiller (Eds.), The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. Hybrid Contributions to International Criminal Law, 353-373. TMC Asser Press/Springer

This book chapter offers a critical analysis of the Duch case before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia from an international humanitarian law perspective.

Special rules on women (2015)
Book Chapter
Quenivet, N. (2015). Special rules on women. In A. Clapham, P. Gaeta, & M. Sassoli (Eds.), The 1949 Geneva Conventions: A Commentary, 1271-1292. Oxford University Press

This chapter discusses the protection afforded to women under the Geneva Conventions. It covers provisions for the protection of women, protection of specific categories of women, and protection of women detainees. Overall the Conventions provide spe... Read More about Special rules on women.

Violence against Women in armed conflict: An overview (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2015, March). Violence against Women in armed conflict: An overview. Presented at Violence against Women in Armed Conflict

This paper provides a historical overview of the development of the legal framework relating to the protection of women in armed conflict. After explaining why for centuries the plight of women in armed conflict was invisible in international law the... Read More about Violence against Women in armed conflict: An overview.


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