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Editors-in-Chief: H.E. Judge Sir Christopher Greenwood and Professor Timothy L.H. McCormack
Based on the study of the Old Bridge of Mostar, this book concerns the adequacy of the international humanitarian law regime relating to the targeting and destruction of immovable cultural property in armed conflict at both normative and enforcement level.
Edited by Mary Ellen O'Connell
The meaning of armed conflict is reported on by prominent international law scholars from four continents together with perspectives by military historians, soldiers, just war scholars, political scientists, peace studies scholars, and war correspondents, offering a unique interdisciplinary ...
Relying on often unique sources, this book offers the only in-depth study on flechette weapons yet conducted. Its comprehensive exploration of the legal versus illegal implications of conventional weapons use make it an invaluable resource for weaponry policy analysts.
Edited by: Yuki Tanaka, Tim McCormack and Gerry Simpson
This work reconsiders the legal framework governing wars of national liberation in light of conflicts in the South Moluccas and Aceh against Indonesia. It recommends how the framework should be amended to deal adequately with modern self-determination conflicts.
Edited by Michael W. Reisman and Kristen Eichensehr
Edited by Cecilia M. Bailliet
Drawing on scholars and practitioners from law and philosophy, this book offers new insights on Security as a term of art subject to normative evolution and gaps. Review of the role of international organisations, the changing face of armed conflict, human rights and democratic guarantees as ...
This book focuses on three European asylum procedures and the evidentiary assessment carried out in these. The interrelationship between these procedures and legal systems influencing them is explored and questions in relation to the harmonizing strivings of EU are posed.
This book provides an analysis of the law of targeting during an armed conflict; focusing on what is a lawful target, what is proportional collateral damage, and describing a process by which legal responsibility for targeting decisions can be assessed.
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