9781884733932 hardcover : cover 188473393X hardcover : cover
International law studies ; v. 87.
Shipping list no: 2012-0024-P.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Combating terrorists : legal challenges in the Post-9/11 World / Nicholas Rostow Mission impossible? international law, and the changing character of war / John F. Murphy Cyber attacks as "Force" under UN Charter Article 2(4) / Matthew C. Waxman Low-intensity computer network attack and self-defense / Sean Watts Cyber operations and the Jus in Bello : key issues / Michael N. Schmitt Who may be held? military detention through the Habeas Lens / Robert M. Chesney The changing character of the participants in war : civilianization of warfighting and the concept of "direct participation in hostilities" / Charles Garraway Direct participation in hostilities and the interoperability of the law of armed conflict and human rights law / Françoise J. Hampson Use of unmanned systems to combat terrorism / Raul A. "Pete" Pedrozo New technology and the law of armed conflict / Darren M. Stewart The law of armed conflict in asymmetric urban armed conflict / David E. Graham Lawfare today ... and tomorrow / Charles J. Dunlap, Jr. The age of lawfare / Dale Stephens Warning civilians prior to attack under international law : theory and practice / Pnina Sharvit Baruch and Noam Neuman The changing character of public legal scrutiny of operations / Rob McLaughlin Litigating how we fight / Ashley S. Deeks Asymmetric warfare : how to respond? / Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg Concluding remarks : LOAC and attempts to abuse or subvert it / Yoram Dinstein.
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