Published in 2003, Un droit dans la guerre?, the French language version of its 1999 English counterpart, seeks like its predecessor to fill this void by gathering a vast array of documents pertaining to the most recent information on different cases. The methodology of the book is based on one of the fundamental principles of the ICRC: neutrality. The authors present to the reader a neutral overview of the cases, and limit themselves to identifying the questions raised, rather than adopting a position or providing answers thereto. As the casebook aims to be used universally, discussions that ensue reflect historical, cultural, and political diversities while avoiding a predetermined discourse. This book and methodology should appeal to universities and foster the teaching of and research in IHL. Ultimately, the hope is that it will also contribute to a greater respect for the laws and customs of war.