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TitleTheoretical boundaries of armed conflict and human rights
Author edited by Jens David Ohlin
ImprintNew York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Descript xiii, 402 pages ; 24 cm


Introduction: The inescapable collision -- Part I. Convergence & divergence of human rights and laws of war : Laws for war ; Human rights thinking and the laws of war ; The lost origins of lex specialis : Rethinking the relationship between human rights and international humanitarian law ; Acting as a sovereign versus acting as a belligerent -- Part II. Conceptual limits of the law of war framework : Ending the global war: The power of human rights in a time of unrestrained armed conflict -- Folk international law: 9/11 lawyering and the transformation of the law of armed conflict to human rights policy and human rights law to war governance ; The use and abuse of analogy in IHL -- Part III. New frameworks for regulating armed violence : Forcible alternatives to war: Legitimate violence in 21st century international relations ; Whither International martial law?: Human rights as sword and shield in ineffectively governed territory ; The next Geneva convention: Filling a law-of-war gap with human rights values

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