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Books/monographs/pamphlets


  • R. Murphy, UN Peacekeeping in Lebanon, Somalia and Kosovo: Legal and Operational Issues in Practice, Cambridge University Press, 2007.

  • R. Murphy & K. Mansson, Edited Special Edition - United Nations Peace Operations  and Human Rights, Taylor and Francis/Routledge, forthcoming late 2006 or early 2007.  

  • R. Murphy, Ireland, Peacekeeping and Policing the ‘New World Order’, Centre for Research and Documentation(CRD), Belfast, 1997, 51 pp.


International Refereed Publications





  • R. Murphy & K. Mansson (eds.), Edited Special Edition, 13(4) International Peacekeeping (Journal) United Nations Peace Operations and Human Rights, 2006.

  • R. Murphy, ‘An Assessment of UN Efforts to address Sexual Misconduct of UN Personnel’, 13 (4) International Peacekeeping, 2006, pp. 530-546.

  • R. Murphy and K. Mansson, ‘Perspectives on Peace Operations and Human Rights’, 13 (4) International Peacekeeping, 2006, pp. 457-461.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Gravity Issues and the International Criminal Court’, 17 Criminal Law Forum, 2006, pp. 281-315.

  • R. Murphy, ‘United Nations Peacekeeping and the Use of Force – the Failure to Protect in Kosovo’, Baltic Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 5 (2005), pp.77-109.

  • R. Murphy and Mohamed El Zeidy, ‘Islamic Law on Prisoners of War and its Relationship with International Humanitarian Law, Italian Yearbook of International Law, Vol. XIV, (2004), pp.53-81.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Ireland withdraws from Participation in EU Peacekeeping Mission to Macedonia, 2003 International Peacekeeping Yearbook, Vol. 9, (2004), pp. 119-134.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Prisoners of War Status and the Question of the Guantanamo Bay Detainees', Human Rights Law Review , Vol. 3, 2004, 257-278.

  • R. Murphy, ‘United Nations Military Operations and International Humanitarian Law: What Rules Apply to Peacekeepers?' , Criminal Law Forum – An International Journal , Vol. 14 (2), 2003, pp. 153-194.

  • R. Murphy, ‘United Nations Peacekeeping in Lebanon and Somalia and the Use of Force', Journal of Conflict and Security Law , 2003, Vol. 8 (1), pp. 1-30.

  • R. Murphy, ‘International Humanitarian Law and Peace Support Operations – Bridging the Gap', Journal of Conflict Studies , Vol. XXIII, 2003, pp. 12–59.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Prisoners of War and Contemporary Conflicts- The Case of the Taliban and Al-Qaeda Detainees', Revue de Droit Militaire et de Droit de la Guerre/The Military Law and the Law of War Review , Vol. 41, 2002, pp. 141-167.

  • R. Murphy, ‘The Political and Diplomatic Background to the Establishment of UNIFIL in Lebanon, and the UNITAF and UNOSOM Missions in Somalia, Journal of Conflict Studies , Vol. XXII, Fall 2002, pp. 26-56.

  • R. Murphy, ‘The Incorporation of the ECHR into Irish Domestic Law', Vol. 6, European Human Rights Law Review, 2001, pp. 622-638.

  • R. Murphy, ‘International humanitarian law training for multinational peace support operations', International Review of the Red Cross 2000 , Vol. 82, No. 840, 2000, pp. 953-968.

  • R. Murphy, ‘UN Peacekeeping in Lebanon and the Use of Force' International Peacekeeping (F.Cass) Vol. 6, No. 2, Spring 1999, pp. 38-63.

  • R. Murphy, ‘A Comparative Analysis of the Municipal Legal Basis for Canadian and Irish Participation in United Nations Forces' Revue de Droit Militaire et de Droit de la Guerre/The Military Law and the Law of War Review , Vol. 38, 1999, pp. 163-208.

  • R. Murphy, ‘The Legal Framework of United Nations Peacekeeping Forces and the Issue of Command and Control', Journal of Armed Conflict Law , Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 41-73, 1999.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Legal issues arising from participation in peacekeeping operations', International Peacekeeping (Kluwer), Vol. 3, March-May, 1994, pp.61-65.

  • R. Murphy, ‘ Ireland and Future Participation in Peacekeeping Operations', International Peacekeeping (F. Cass), Vol. 5, No. 1, Summer 1998, pp. 22-45.



Other International publications





  • R. Murphy, ‘Report on International Humanitarian Law and related developments in Ireland’, Netherlands Yearbook of Humanitarian Law 2004, Vol. 7, Cambridge University Press, (2006), pp. 495-98.

  • R. Murphy and J. Callaghan, ‘International prestige and domestic values in civil-military conflicts: two Irish case studies’, Civil Military Relations in Europe, Routledge, Oxford, 2006, pp. 202 – 216.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Report on International Humanitarian Law and related developments in Ireland’, Netherlands Yearbook of Humanitarian Law 2003, Vol. 6, Cambridge, 2005, pp. 499-502.

  • R. Murphy, ‘War’ and ‘United Nations General Assembly, in D. Shelton et al.(eds.), Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity, New York, Macmillan, 2004, pp. 1141-1144 and pp. 1079-1086.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Contemporary Challenges to the Implementation of International Humanitarian Law’, Connections: The Quarterly Journal of the Partnership for Peace Consortium Vol. 3, (3) September 2004, pp. 99-113.

  • R. Murphy, ‘ Sudan : Dafur International Crimes', The Reparation Report, The Bi-Annual Journal of the Redress Trust , Vol. 4, November 2004, pp. 2-6.

  • R. Murphy, ‘International Criminal Accountability and the International Criminal Court', Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO), University of Columbia , New York , 2005.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Report on International Humanitarian Law and related developments in Ireland ', Netherlands Yearbook of Humanitarian Law 2002 , Vol. 5, Cambridge , 2005, pp. 524 – 526.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Report on International Humanitarian Law and related developments in Ireland ', Netherlands Yearbook of Humanitarian Law 2001 , Vol. 4, Cambridge , 2004, pp. 544-547.

  • R. Murphy and J. Castellino, ‘The Issue of Legal Aid – A Regime Comparison', Global Law Review (Quarterly) , Vol. 25, Winter 2003. 18 pp. Also published in the Chinese Yearbook of Human Rights , Vol. 1, 2003, pp. 428-445.

  • R. Murphy, National Correspondent ( Ireland ), Amnesty International Report on Universal Jurisdiction: The duty of states to enact and implement legislation , London , Amnesty International, 2001.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Report on International Humanitarian Law and related developments in Ireland ', Netherlands Yearbook of Humanitarian Law 2000 , Vol. 3, 2003, Kluwer, pp. 529-531.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Introduction to International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law', Investigators Manual , Institute for International Criminal Investigators, 2002, pp.12-30.

  • R. Murphy and C. Campbell, ‘Report on International Humanitarian Law and related developments in Ireland ', Netherlands Yearbook of Humanitarian Law 1999 , Vol. 2, Kluwer, pp. 380–383.

  • R. Murphy and C. Campbell, ‘Report on International Humanitarian Law and related developments in Ireland ', Netherlands Yearbook of Humanitarian Law 1998 , Vol. 1, Kluwer, pp. 460-467.

  • R. Murphy, Review of M.J. Kelly, Restoring and Maintaining Order in Complex Peace Operations , Journal of Conflict and Security Law, Vol. 6(2), December 2001, pp. 296-299.

  • R. Murphy (book Review) Mari Katayanagi, Human Rights Functions of Peacekeeping Operations , (Kluwer, The Hague , 2002) – Human Rights Law Review 2003.



National Refereed Publications


  • R. Murphy, Annotation of the Defence (Amendment) Act, 2006, Irish Current Law Statutes Annotated, April 2007, Dublin: Thompson/Round Hall, pp. 20.00 – 20.10.

  • R. Murphy, Annotation of the International Criminal Court Act 2006, Irish Current Law Statutes Annotated, April 2007, Dublin: Thompson/Round Hall, pp. 30.01 – 30.30.

  • R. Murphy, The legal framework governing Irish participation in peace operations’ in M. Kennedy and D. McMahon, Obligations and Responsibilities: Ireland and the United Nations 1955-2005, Institute of Public Administration, Dublin, (2005), pp. 318-343.

  • R. Murphy, ‘The International Criminal Court - A Victory for the Rule of Law over the Might is Right Principle?', Irish Criminal Law Journal, Vol. 12(3), 2002, pp. 8 – 15.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Treatment of Prisoners of War: Age Old Problem for Protagonists', Bar Review , Vol. 7 (4), March/April 2002, pp. 17-25.

  • R. Murphy & S. Wills, ‘Incorporating the European Convention into Irish Law – Adopting a Minimalist Approach', Part 1 , Bar Review , Vol. 6, September 2001, pp. 541-544; and Part 2 in Vol. 7, October/November 2001, pp. 41-45.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Criminalizing attacks on United Nations peacekeepers and the creation of an effective international legal protection', Irish Criminal Law Journal , Vol. 11, No. 2, 2001, pp.14-22.

  • R. Murphy ‘Kosovo: Reflections on the legal aspects of the conflict and its outcome', Irish Studies in International Affairs , Vol. 11, 2000, pp. 7-30.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Military Courts-Martial, a Right to Appeal to Members of the Defence Forces', The Irish Criminal Law Journal , Vol. 2, No. 2, December, 1992, pp. 94-113.



Other National Publications


  • R. Murphy, ‘ Ireland , Peacekeeping and Defence Policy: Challenges and Opportunities', chapter in B. Tonra and E. Ward (eds), Ireland in International Affairs: Interests, Institutions and Identities , Dublin , Institute of Public Administration , 2002, pp.13-45.

  • Co-author of Report on ‘Children in Armed Conflict Worldwide: Ireland's Commitment to Child Protection', Dublin : Trócaire 2002.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Making International Criminals Accountable – Will the International Criminal Court Succeed?' The Defence Forces Review 2003 , Vol. 4, 2003, pp. 9–19.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Criminal Justice (Safety of United Nations Workers) Act, 2000', Irish Current Law Statutes Annotated , April 2001, Dublin : Round Hall/Sweet & Maxwell, pp. 16.01 – 16.21.

  • R. Murphy, ‘UNIFIL – An Interim Analysis' and “Background to the Battle of At Tiri”, in B. O'Shea (ed.) In the Service of Peace , Cork : Mercier Press, 2001, pp. 102-114 and pp. 61-73.

  • R. Murphy, ‘The Criminal Justice (United Nations Convention against Torture) Act, 1999', Irish Current Law Statutes Annotated , December 2000, pp. 11.01-11.21.

  • R. Murphy, ‘The Permanent International Criminal Court – solving the missing link in the international legal system? Irish Law Times , Vol. 18, No. 20, 2000, pp. 319-324.

  • R. Murphy and C. Campbell, annotation of the International War Crimes Tribunal Act, 1998 for the Irish Current Law Statutes Annotated, April 1999, pp. 40.01- 40.40.

  • R. Murphy and C. Campbell, annotation of the Geneva Conventions (Amendment) Act, 1998 for the Irish Current Law Statutes Annotated, December 1998, pp. 35.01-35.58.

  • P. O Gormaile and R. Murphy (eds.), Conflict Resolution and Peacemaking/Peacekeeping: the Irish and Canadian Experience , Occasional Paper, ACSI Occasional Papers Series No. 2, 1997.

  • R. Murphy , Ireland , Peacekeeping and Policing the ‘New World Order' , Centre for Research and Documentation(CRD), Belfast , 1997, 51 pp.

  • R. Murphy, ‘New Departure for Ireland in Peacekeeping: Evolution or Invention?' An Cosantoir Review, 1994, pp.69-83.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Municipal Legal Basis for Irish Participation in Military Operations Abroad', Dli, The Western Law Gazette , Summer 1998, pp. 41-49.

  • R. Murphy, ‘The Competition Act 1991 and Recent Developments', Dli , The Western Law Gazette, Winter 1993, pp.62-68.

  • R. Murphy, ‘Case and Comment-Private William Murphy (Appellant)' Irish Criminal Law Journal , Vol. 3, No. 2, 1993, pp.190-193.

Forthcoming


  • R. Murphy and J. Callaghan, ‘Does International Prestige or Domestic Application of Democratic Values Prevail in Civil-Military Conflicts? Two Irish Case Studies’, Marshall Centre, pp. 1-42.


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