|Title||Research handbook on international conflict and security law : Jus ad Bellum, Jus in Bello, and Jus post Bellum|
|Author||edited by Nigel D. White and Christian Henderson|
|Imprint||Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2013|
|Descript||xii, 685p. 26 cm|
Introduction: international conflict and security law. -- Conflict prevention. -- Disarmament and non-proliferation. -- The prohibition of threats of force. -- The prohibition of the use of force. -- The centrality of the United Nations Security Council in the legal regime governing the use of force. -- A study of the scope and operation of the rights of individual and collective self-defence under international law. -- The use of force for humanitarian purposes. -- A taxonomy of armed conflict. -- Weapons. -- Targets. -- Protected persons in international armed conflicts. -- Private military companies. -- International humanitarian law and human rights law. -- War crimes. -- Peace settlements and international law: from lex pacificatoria to jus post bellum. -- Foreign territorial administration and international trusteeship over people: colonialism, occupation, the mandates and trusteeship arrangements, and international territorial administration. -- Peacekeeping or war-fighting? -- Human rights protection during extra-territorial military operations: perspectives at international and Engllish law. -- Reparation and compensation.
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