War, torture and terrorism rethinking the rules of international security
Contributor(s): Lang, Anthony F | Beattie, Amanda Russell.Material type: BookSeries: Contemporary security studies: Publisher: London Routledge 2009Description: xvii,213p. 24 cm.ISBN: 9780415465229 .Subject(s): War (International law) | Torture (International law) | Security, International | Terrorism -- PreventionDDC classification: 341.6 Online resources: Table of contents only
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Rules for torture? / Nicholas Onuf -- Contextualizing torture : rules and conventions in the Roman Digest / Jill Harries -- Is torture ever justified? Torture, rights, rules from Northern Ireland to Iraq / Caroline Kennedy-Pipe and Andrew Mumford -- Cannon, before canon : the dynamics of ad bellum rule change / Janne Haaland Matlary -- Preventive war à l'Américaine : in the fog of norms / Ariel Colonomos -- Technology change, rule change and the law of armed conflict / Michael Smith -- Rules and the evolution of international nuclear order / William Walker -- International rules, custom, and the crime of aggression / Larry May -- Truth commissions and rules : justice and peace / Mario Aguilar -- Absolute ends and dynamic rules : being political as human beings / Amanda Russell Beattie -- Inter arma, silent leges? The political community, supreme emergency and the rules of war / Nicholas Rengger.