1. The contemporary theatre of operations 2. A general critique of IHL targeting and weaponry norms and institutions 3. Reconceptualising the regulation of the use of force in situations of crisis and unconventional conflict : enhanced contextual status determination 4. Reconceptualising the regulation of the use of force in situations of crisis and unconventional conflict : individual status determination 5. Towards a clearer framework for distinguishing those who participate directly in hostilities from those who are to be protected as civilians : extrapolating models of accessorial liability and co-perpetration in the commission of harmful acts 6. Reconceptualising targeting and weaponry law for the unconventional theatre of operations 7. Weaponry law : emerging approaches to the regulation of means of warfare and law enforcement 8. Regulating military operations abroad : the extraterritorial effect of human rights and the potential modalities of parallel application of the right to life under human rights law and international humanitarian law 9. Conclusions : grey zones of war and peace in our globally networked information environment.