This title examines the international lawfulness of state-sponsored targeted killings in military and police operations. Analyzing recent state practice and jurisprudence, it establishes when targeted killing may be considered lawful, and what legal restraints are imposed on the practice in times of war and peace.
Originally published in print: 2009. Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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