Participant Info

First Name
Betcy
Last Name
Jose
Country
USA
University
University of Colorado Denver
Keywords
global norms, humanitarian intervention, civilian immunity norm, targeted killing, human rights, civilians in war, armed conflict, international humanitarian law, protection of civilians
Availability
Media Contact

Personal Info

About Me

International Relations

International Security

Human Rights

Armed Conflict

Global Norms

International Law

Transnational Advocacy

Civilians in War

Recent Publications
  • “When Hospitals are Targets,” Foreign Affairs. https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/syria/2016-05-10/when-hospitals-are-targets?cid=soc-tw-rdr
  • “Understanding Why and How Civilians Resort to Self-Protection in Armed Conflict,” with Peace Medie. International Studies Review
  • “Would the Protected Please Stand Up? Historical Ambiguity in the Distinction Principle,” in Lorenz, Edward C., Dana E. Aspinall, and J. Michael Raley (eds.), Montesinos’ Legacy: Defining and Defending Human Rights for 500 Years, Lexington Publishing
  • “The Trouble with Targeted Killing,” Foreign Affairs, http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/141983/betcy-jose/the-trouble-with-targeted-killings
  • “Civilians vs. Chemicals,” Foreign Affairs,  http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/139959/betcy-jose/civilians-vs-chemicals
  • “Transnational Issue Networks in Real and Virtual Space: the Case of Women, Peace and Security,” with Charli Carpenter.  Global Networks

 

 

Media Coverage
Country Focus
Syria, Russia

Research Areas

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