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On 15 November 2002, the resumed 2001 Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) concluded with the agreement on annual meetings of experts and states parties, to address issues related to strengthening the BWC. This means a new start for those efforts, after it became clear in...
As the technological revolution in military affairs continues to unfold, some of the more promising emerging capabilities focus on attacking an opponent's critical networked or linked computer systems. Computer warfare lies at the uncomfortable intersection between the use of force and...
The purpose of this article is to explore the corridors of reasoning of the council in its determination of new threats to the peace after the end of the Cold War and to identify the potential impact of the council's new approach on several branches of international law. Caution is called for...
The commanding officer plays a crucial role in the enforcement of discipline in the armies of many countries. He or she may deprive a soldier of his or her liberty by way of detention for a fixed period. This article addresses how this power of a commanding officer can be squared with the rights...
The right or even obligation to intervene in the name of humanity in the affairs of a foreign state, regardless of that state's sovereignty, may be traced to the writings of such ‘fathers’ of international law as Grotius, Suarez, Pufendorf, Wolff or Vattel. They, however, did not propose any...
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