March 31, 2018
We are pleased to announce that Kristin Hausler and Andrzej Jakubowski have just published two studies regarding the evolving role of the United Nations Security Council and the protection of cultural heritage in the event of an armed conflict in the Questions of International Law (QIL):
- Kristin Hausler, ‘Cultural heritage and the Security Council: Why Resolution 2347 matters’;
- Andrzej Jakubowski, ‘Resolution 2347: Mainstreaming the protection of cultural heritage at the global level’.
QIL is an open-source peer-reviewed e-journal, founded in 2014, which aims to foster the debate on questions of public international law by providing a dynamic platform for scholars and practitioners. These two studies are published in the ‘Zoom-in’ section, focused on recent judicial and diplomatic practice, as well as on other events of interests, mainly with the aim to explore or review the underlying legal issues.
This QIL ‘Zoom-in’ section has been edited by Dr. Sabrina Urbinati, Postdoctoral Fellow in international law at the School of Law of the University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan (Italy), who is also the author of the introductory note.