The Law of Armed Conflict: Constraints on the Contemporary Use of Military Force
Howard Hensel brings together a group of scholars to address some of the contemporary normative and legal challenges and problems associated with the application of the concepts of war, the just conduct of war, and the law of armed conflict to 21st century warfare, arms control/disarmament.
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The Protection of Cultural Objects During Armed Conflicts
The Principle of Civilian Protection and Contemporary Armed
Detention the War on Terror and International Law
The Impact of the War on Terror on the Accountability of Armed
Time for a New Wise War Framework?
Amid Normative and Conceptual Crisis
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