Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -403) and index.
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The evolution of the law of weaponry Components of the international law of weaponry The use of weapons and the law of targeting Customary principles-superfluous injury and unnecessary suffering Customary principles-indiscriminate weapons Weapons and the environment Conventional Weapons Convention Poison, poisoned weapons, asphyxiating gases, biological and chemical weapons Firearms, bullets, and analogous projectiles The rules relating to mines, booby-traps, and other devices Rules relating to other specific technologies Nuclear weapons Applying weapons law to particular weapon systems Cluster munitions Weapons in sea warfare Unexploded and abandoned weapons Non-international armed conflict Compliance with international weapons law Technology, humanitarian concern, and international weapons law The future of weapons law.