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Introduction to International Humanitarian Law By Curtis FJ Doebbler
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This book provides an introduction to the study of international humanitarian law for students, practitioners and anyone seeking to understand this area of law. It is written by an expert in... More > international law who has had to depend on the functioning of the law in the heat of ongoing armed conflicts for his own protection and to protect other civilian victims of war. It does this through tools that include a basic summary of the history of international humanitarian law; a concise and easy to understand description of the most important principles of international humanitarian law; and exercises to help you understand the law and to assist teachers in conveying the meaning of the law in practice. ISBN: 978-0-97435-706-5, US$10.99< Less
The Distinction between International and Non –International Armed Conflict in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law By Farrukh Khan
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A distinction used to exist in the traditional view of humanitarian law of armed conflict between international and non – international armed conflict. The previously mentioned observation is... More > supported by the fact that the Additional Protocols to the Geneva Convention of 1949 dealt separately with international conflict and non – international conflict. Additional Protocol I dealt with international conflict, but Additional Protocol II dealt with non – international conflicts. However, as a result of the evolution in international human rights law, practical lessons that have been learnt from both international and non – international conflicts and opinio juris as well as the opinions of international organisations, the distinction between international and non – international conflicts is now much blurred. This essay presents a discussion about the distinction between international and non – international conflict in contemporary international humanitarian law.< Less
The Distinction between International and Non –International Armed Conflict in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law By Farrukh Khan
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A distinction used to exist in the traditional view of humanitarian law of armed conflict between international and non – international armed conflict. The previously mentioned observation is... More > supported by the fact that the Additional Protocols to the Geneva Convention of 1949 dealt separately with international conflict and non – international conflict. Additional Protocol I dealt with international conflict, but Additional Protocol II dealt with non – international conflicts. However, as a result of the evolution in international human rights law, practical lessons that have been learnt from both international and non – international conflicts and opinio juris as well as the opinions of international organisations, the distinction between international and non – international conflicts is now much blurred. This essay presents a discussion about the distinction between international and non – international conflict in contemporary international humanitarian law.< Less
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Unwarranted Influence By Tom Law
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‘Unwarranted Influence’ were two pertinent words contained in President Eisenhower’s departing speech in January 1961. Tom Law’s latest book is about contemporary wars and... More > the evil of the armaments industries where profit looms large over human lives. But mostly, it is about the urgent need to eliminate nuclear weapons. There have been many organisations across the world with the same intent but always to be frustrated by the superpowers and their generals! Tom is vehement in his argument that change will only come about by the dedicated application of international humanitarian law at the United Nations General Assembly. International law and a constant ‘demand’ by people is the best way forward to bring this goal to fruition. Time is short if humanity is to avert some final catastrophic conflict ending civilisation upon the planet.< Less
Unwarranted Influence By Tom Law
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‘Unwarranted Influence’ were two pertinent words contained in President Eisenhower’s departing speech in January 1961. Tom Law’s latest book is about contemporary wars and... More > the evil of the armaments industries where profit looms large over human lives. But mostly, it is about the urgent need to eliminate nuclear weapons. There have been many organisations across the world with the same intent but always to be frustrated by the superpowers and their generals! Tom is vehement in his argument that change will only come about by the dedicated application of international humanitarian law at the United Nations General Assembly. International law and a constant ‘demand’ by people is the best way forward to bring this goal to fruition. Time is short if humanity is to avert some final catastrophic conflict ending civilisation upon the planet.< Less
Cyber Attacks and the Law of War By Michael Gervais
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This article discuss Cyber Attacks and the law of war. Part I discusses the architecture of cyberspace and how it operates. Part II examines the framework of international humanitarian law and its... More > application to cyber warfare. Ultimately, I contend, the international instruments in place do not answer all the relevant questions that cyber attacks generate. Indeed, they cannot even answer all the questions surrounding the forms of warfare that they were created to govern. However, these international instruments are helpful in determining how cyber attacks ought to be understood under the existing jus ad bellum (use of war) and jus in bello (wartime conduct) frameworks.< Less
JLCW Vol. 5, No. 1 By Journal of Law Cyber Warfare
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Articles on the following topics: No State is an Island in Cyberspace, Measuring Autonomous Weapon Systems against International Humanitarian Law Rules, Congressional Cybersecurity Oversight:... More > Who’s Who and How it Work.< Less
National Security and Armed Conflict Law Journal By Vol. 2 - Summer 2012
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National Security and Armed Conflict Law Journal at the University of Miami School of Law
Space Rescue Systems In the Context of International Law By Austin Mardon
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Dr. Austin Mardon outlines the international law treatises governing the act of space rescues, and their interaction with humanitarian efforts on Earth.

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