Style Question: What style is used by this journal? (example and guideline provided)

Dear all,

Please find the newly revived The Asia-Pacific Journal on International Humanitarian Law, their guidelines do not mention what style they are using.

Some examples for footnotes:

Books: Marco Sassòli, Antoine A. Bouvier and Anne Quintin, How Does Law Protect in War?, 3rd ed., Vol. 1, ICRC, Geneva, 2011, p. 343.

Book Chapters: Priscilla Hayner, “Fifteen Truth Commissions – 1974 to 1994: A Comparative Study”, in Neil J. Kritz (ed.), Transitional Justice: How Emerging Democracies Reckon with Former Regimes, Vol. 1, United States Institute of Peace Press, Washington, DC, 1995, p. 229.

Journal articles: Tristan Ferraro, “Determining the Beginning and End of an Occupation Under International Humanitarian Law”, International Review of the Red Cross, Vol. 94, No. 885, 2012, p. 133.

Full guideline:

Does anyone know what kind of style are they using? Or are they making up their own?

Thank you!
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