In This contribution to the second edition of Dieter Fleck's The Handbook of the Law of Visiting Forces, Paul J. Conderman and I provide a detailed account of the exercise of criminal and administrative jurisdiction over visiting forces. The chapter focuses primarily on the NATO Status of Forces Agreement and the United Nations Model SOFA, but also addresses customary international law.
In this contribution to the Research Handbook on Jurisdiction and Immunities in International Law (edited by Alexander Orakhelashvili), I explore how the rules of State jurisdiction and State immunity apply to foreign armed forces. What is the law of the flag? Why is the legal status of foreign military personnel not the same as that of tourists? Find out here!
The chapter investigates the legal position of foreign forces in post-conflict situations. It argues in favour of a more contextual and dynamic understanding of the legal status of foreign forces deployed in such situations.
Rosanne van Alebeek, The Immunities of States and their Officials in International Criminal Law and International Human Rights Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. 500 pages. ISBN 978-0-19-923247-5. GBP 72.95. One of the key controversies of international law at its present stage of development concerns the relationship between norms conferring jurisdictional immunities on States and
Academy sponsored research project on visiting armed forces