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International humanitarian law series ; v. 22.
"Liber Amicorum Ove Bring."
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
From Ove to Bring /Marie Jacobsson The writings of Ove Bring Legal restraints on the use of armed force /Hans Blix Individual responsibility under national and international law for the conduct of armed conflict /Iain Cameron Reflections on the Security Council and its mandate to maintain international peace and security /Hans Corell National sovereignty and responsibility for spent nuclear fuel /Per Cramér The developing relationship between law and politics in the United Nations Human Rights Council /Gudmundur Eiriksson The future of human rights law in peace operations /Ola Engdahl Sense and sensibility in sentencing : taking stock of international criminal punishment /Frederik Harhoff Submarine operations and international law /Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg Occupation and sovereignty : still a useful distinction? /Martti Koskenniemi The Second Lebanon War : reflections on the 2006 Israeli military operations against Hezbollah /Said Mahmoudi Cluster munitions, proportionality and the foreseeability of civilian damage /Timothy L.H. McCormack & Paramdeep B. Mtharu Sacrificial violence and targeting in international humanitarian law /Gregor Noll J.J. Rousseau and the law of armed force /Allan Rosas Secession, self-determination of 'peoples' and recognition : the case of Kosovo's declaration of independence and international law /Per Sevastik Fighting for justice : Åke Hammarskjöld at the Permanent Court of International Justice /Ole Spiermann Do we need a World Court of Human Rights? /Geir Ulfstein Neutrality, impartiality and our responsibility to uphold international law /Pål Wrange The diluted, dismantled, disjointed and resilient old collective security system : or, decision-making and the use of force : the law as it could be /Inger Österdahl.