Law of armed conflict international humanitarian law in war
By: Solis, Gary D.Material type: BookPublisher: New York Cambridge University Press 2016Edition: 2nd.Description: xxxi,890p.ISBN: 9781107135604.Subject(s): War (International law) | Aggression (International law) | War crimes | Targeted killing (International law) | Drone aircraft | Torture (International law) | Cyberterrorism | Humanitarian lawDDC classification: 341.67
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|341.67 SA-H V3 How does law protect in war?||341.67 SC- Scope and applicability of international humanitarian law||341.67 SC-S Strategy and arms control||341.67 SO-L Law of armed conflict||341.67 SP-P Politics of disarmament||341.67 ST-G Gender, conflict and international humanitarian law||341.67 TO-R Right to life|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Rules of war, laws of war -- Codes, conventions, declarations, and regulations -- World wars and their law of armed conflict results -- Protocols and politics -- Conflict status -- Individual battlefield status -- Law of armed conflict's four core principles -- What is a "War Crime"? -- Obedience to orders, the first defense -- Command responsibility and Respondeat Superior -- Ruses and perfidy -- Rules of engagement -- Targeting objects -- Autonomous weapons, drones, and targeted killing -- Human targeting and cross-border counter-attacks -- Torture -- Cyberwarfare -- Attacks on cultural property -- The 1980 certain conventional weapons convention -- Gas, biological, and chemical weapons treaties -- Military commissions -- Security detention.