“Montreux Five Years On: An analysis of State efforts to implement Monteux Document legal obligations and good practice”

Rebecca DeWinter-Schmitt (Editor), KuziCharamba, Laura Dickinson, Oswald Symister Kristine Huskey, James E Rogers, Mohammad Abushehab, Jeanette Bayoumi, Elizabeth Confalone, Lisa Coyle, Sariana Garcia, Todd Hanks, Roshanne Katouzian, Stephanie Macuiba, Aqsa Mahmud, David O’Brien, George Petel, Annie O’Reilly, Karinne Coombes, Terry Kay Rockefeller, Leticia Armendáriz, Antoine Perret, Lou Pingeot, Sabelo Gumedze, Marco Boggero,

This report, coordinated by the Center of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law of the American University with the collaboration of NOVACT, assesses a number of participating States’ efforts to meet their commitments under the ‘Montreux Document on pertinent international legal obligations and good practices for States related to operations of private military and security companies during armed conflict’. It finds that progress has been mixed.