Targeting and Detention in Non-International Armed Conflict: Serdar Mohammed and the Limits of Human Rights Convergence

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Sean Aughey has co-authored an article titled ‘Targeting and Detention in Non-International Armed Conflict: Serdar Mohammed and the Limits of Human Rights Convergence’91 international Law Studies (2015) 60-118 (with Aurel Sari, Exeter University). The article contains a detailed critical analysis of the core issues in Serdar Mohammed v Secretary of State for Defence [2014] EWHC 1369 (QC), which will be before the Court of Appeal on 9/10 February. Karen Steyn QC is appearing for the Government. The abstract is available here and the article can be downloaded here.