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Forthcoming publication: Dr Shane Darcy, To Serve the Enemy: Informers, Collaborators and the Laws of Armed Conflict (Oxford University Press)

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To coincide with the publication of To Serve the Enemy: Informers, Collaborators and the Laws of Armed Conflict (Oxford University Press), Dr Shane Darcy has a post on Armed Groups and International Law entitled ‘Countering Internal Threats: Armed Groups and International Law’. In the post, he examines how non-state armed groups have mirrored the activities of State authorities in recruiting informers and punishing collaborators, and the challenges this gives rise to under international humanitarian law. You can read the post at this link in  the Armed Groups and International Law blog.

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