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Fault lines in the law of attack

Schmitt, M. (2006) Fault lines in the law of attack. In: Breau, S. and Jachec-Neale, A. (eds.) Testing the Boundaries of International Humanitarian Law. British Institute of International & Comparative Law, pp. 277-307. ISBN 9780903067997

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Abstract/Summary

Examines those aspects of the law of targeting that pose particular problems from the perspective of international humanitarian law. Topics include military objectives, civilian morale, leadership targeting, meaning of the term "attack", proportionality, human shields, and precautions in attack.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Refereed:Yes
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Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Law
ID Code:90430
Publisher:British Institute of International & Comparative Law

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