Issues in international law and military operations [electronic resource] / Richard B. Jaques, editor
- Newport, RI : Naval War College, 2006.
- Physical Description:
- xv, 378 pages ; 24 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Jaques, Richard
- Restrictions on Access:
- License restrictions may limit access.
- Iraq's transformation and international law -- Iraq and the law of armed conflict -- International law and the 2003 campaign against Iraq -- Jus in Bello issues arising in the hostilities in Iraq in 2003 -- Query : is there a status of unlawful combatant? -- Special forces wear of non-standard uniforms -- Strategic targeting and international law : the ambiguity of law meets the reality of a single-superpower world -- Air power, accuracy, and the law of targeting : why no brave new world? -- Targeting and humanitarian law : current issues -- Coalition operations and the law -- Current legal issues in maritime operations : maritime interception operations in the global war on terrorism, exclusion zones, hospital ships, and maritime neutrality -- The legal efficacy of freedom of navigation assertions -- Military activities in the exclusive economic zone : preventing uncertainty and defusing conflict -- The unique and protected status of hospital ships under the law of armed conflict -- Legal and tactical dilemmas inherent in fighting terror : experience of the Israeli army in Jenin and Bethlehem (April May 2002) -- International humanitarian law : should it be reaffirmed, clarified or developed? -- Enforcing the law -- Protection of cultural property : the legal aspects -- The law of armed conflict and the war on terrorism -- Interoperability and the Atlantic divide : a bridge over troubled waters.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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