International Review of the Red Cross

(The TQCC of International Review of the Red Cross is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
The relationship between international humanitarian law and human rights law from the perspective of a human rights treaty body38
From helplessness to agency: examining the plurality of women's experiences in armed conflict32
Asymmetrical warfare from the perspective of humanitarian law and humanitarian action32
From face-to-face to face-to-screen: remote management, effectiveness and accountability of humanitarian action in insecure environments24
Lessons for the law of armed conflict from commitments of armed groups: identification of legitimate targets and prisoners of war14
Cultural memory and identity in the context of war: Experiential, place-based and political concerns12
Stepping back from the brink: Why multilateral regulation of autonomy in weapons systems is difficult, yet imperative and feasible12
Faith and impartiality in humanitarian response: Lessons from Lebanese evangelical churches providing food aid12
Child marriage in armed conflict11
Physicians and torture: lessons from the Nazi doctors11
Living through war: Mental health of children and youth in conflict-affected areas11
Management of the dead from the Islamic law and international humanitarian law perspectives: Considerations for humanitarian forensics10
Violence against health care: insights from Afghanistan, Somalia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo10
Non-State actors’ pursuit of CBRN weapons: From motivation to potential humanitarian consequences10
Regulating the conduct of urban warfare: lessons from contemporary asymmetric armed conflicts10
An environment conducive to mistakes? Lessons learnt from the attack on the Médecins Sans Frontières hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan7
Perspectives on memory, forgiveness and reconciliation in Cambodia's post-Khmer Rouge society7
The International Committee of the Red Cross and nuclear weapons: From Hiroshima to the dawn of the 21st century7
Protection of migrants from enforced disappearance: A human rights perspective6
Birth of an idea: the founding of the International Committee of the Red Cross and of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement: from Solferino to the original Geneva Convention (1859–18646
The relevance of the Fundamental Principles to operations: learning from Lebanon6
Dark tourism: The “heritagization” of sites of suffering, with an emphasis on memorials of the genocide perpetrated against the Tutsi of Rwanda5
Name, rank, date of birth, serial number and the right to remain silent5
Documenting violations of international humanitarian law from space: a critical review of geospatial analysis of satellite imagery during armed conflicts in Gaza (2009), Georgia (2008), and Sri Lanka 5
Reconstructing infrastructure for resilient essential services during and following protracted conflict: A conceptual framework5
Enhancing civilian protection from use of explosive weapons in populated areas: building a policy and research agenda5
Cultural heritage and memory after ethnic cleansing in post-conflict Bosnia-Herzegovina5
From peacekeeping to peacebuilding: the evolution of the role of the United Nations in peace operations4
Protracted Conflicts: The enduring legacy of endless war4
Planning from the future: an emerging agenda4
From remote control to remote management, and onwards to remote encouragement? The evolution of MSF's operational models in Somalia and Afghanistan4
“This is my story”: Children's war memoirs and challenging protectionist discourses4