The Prosecution of Foreign Fighters under International Humanitarian Law: Misconceptions and Opportunities

Introduction In the past months, there has been considerable discussion about whether or not foreign fighters and their families currently detained in camps in Syria should be repatriated. An often-heard justification in Western Europe not to opt for repatriation is the fact that prosecution of the adults will often lead to light sentences and thus … Continue reading The Prosecution of Foreign Fighters under International Humanitarian Law: Misconceptions and Opportunities