Table of contents
International Law Conference: “Cyber War and International Law” United States Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, 25 - 27 June 2012
The Road Ahead; Gaps, Drips, and Cyber-Conflict Michael J. Glennon ;
Lawful Targets in Cyber Operations: Does the Principle of Distinction Apply? Noam Lubell ;
The Role of Counterterrorism Law in Shaping ad Bellum Norms for Cyber Warfare William C. Banks;
Anticipatory Self-Defense in Cyber Context Terry D. Gill and Paul A.L. Ducheine;
International Law and Cyber Threats from Non-State Actors Laurie R. Blank;
Cyber Warfare and Non-International Armed Conflicts Robin Geiss;
Concluding Remarks: Naval War College Conference on Cyber Warfare and International Law Yoram Dinstein;
AIR AND MISSILE WARFARE LAW OF ARMED CONFLICT
Unmanned Platforms in the Cyber Age William H. Boothby;
Target Area Bombing Ove Bring;
Attacks in Air and Missile Warfare Arne Willy Dahl;
Aerial Blockades and Zones Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg;
Precision Air Warfare and the Law of Armed Conflict Christopher J. Markham and Michael N. Schmitt;
International Criminal Law: Reflections on Dualism and Monism Harry H.G. Post;
Judgments of the Supreme Court of Israel Fania Domb;
a) Administered Territories
I. H.C. 3292/07, Adalah v. Attorney General et al.
II. H.C. 7195/08, Abu Rahme v. Military Attorney General et al.
b) Human Rights
III. H.C. 7302/07, Hotline for Migrant Workers v. Minister
of Defence et al.
IV. Cr.A. 6322/11, Tzavdakovitz v. Attorney General et al.