In 1962, in his presentation of the newly-launched Military Law and the Law of War Review, the then Secretary-General of the International Society for Military Law and the Law of War, Professor Jacques Leaute, had compared the publication of the Review to the launching of a great sailing boat.1 Well, this boat has been sailing uninterruptedly, through calm waters and storms, for 60 years now. Throughout these 60 years, it has welcomed onboard an impressive number of scholars, both academics and practitioners, both well-established, renowned experts and younger promising jurists, thus fulfilling the wish
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