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Compliant Rebels: Rebel Groups and International Law in World Politics. By Hyeran Jo . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xxii, 331. Index. $124.

  • Steven R. Ratner (a1)
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1 See, e.g., Beth Simmons, Mobilizing for Human Rights: International Law in Domestic Politics (2009); James Morrow, Order within Anarchy: The Laws of War as an International Institution (2014); Barbara Koremenos, The Continent of International Law: Explaining Agreement Design (2016).

2 Action by the ICRC in the Event of Violations of International Humanitarian Law or of Other Fundamental Rules Protecting Persons in Situations of Violence, reprinted at 87 Int'l Rev. Red Cross 393 (2005) (also known as “Doctrine 15”).

3 Rebel Groups & International Law, at

4 See, e.g., Bangerter, Olivier, Reasons Why Armed Groups Choose to Respect International Humanitarian Law or Not, 93 Int'l Rev. Red Cross 353 (2011); Ratner, Steven R., Law Promotion Beyond Law Talk: The Red Cross, Persuasion, and the Laws of War, 22 Eur. J. Int'l L. 459 (2011).

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