United Nations operations does the law of targeting differ? What is the law applicable to targeting? Lawful nonhuman targets. Lawful human targets.
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The Contemporary Law of Targeting - Ian Henderson - Google книги
Search my Subject Specializations: Select Presents the international law applicable to an international armed conflict and examines among others the principle of military necessity, the principle of distinction, the law relating to prohibited weapons, the law on targeting, the law on the protection of civilians and civilian objects, and the law concerning the protection of the environment.
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The Handbook of International Humanitarian Law. Examines, among others, the distinction between combatants and non-combatants, and the international legal rules for the protection of civilian population and civilian objects, the wounded and sick, religious personnel and the cultural property.
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Presents the international legal rules that apply in military operations, including the rules governing targeting and targeted killings. Green, Leslie. The Contemporary Law of Armed Conflict. Offers a theoretical and practical approach to the international law of armed conflict.
Customary International Humanitarian Law. A study of the rules of customary international law that apply to armed conflicts.
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It includes the customary rules on targeting and more specifically on distinction, proportionality, and precautions, the customary rules concerning the treatment of civilians, the use of weapons, and methods of warfare. Moir, Lindsay. The Law of Internal Armed Conflict. Examines the international legal rules concerning the protection of civilian population in a non-international armed conflict.
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Chapter 2 How Far Will the Law Allow Unmanned Targeting to Go?
Contains an analysis of the conventional, customary, and soft law rules governing non-international armed conflict, including targeting among others, followed by an overview of the relative practice of state and non-state actors. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page. Please subscribe or login.