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This article identifies a current disharmony arising from increased expectations for the effectiveness and scope of the multilateral non-proliferation export control regime system, coupled with the reality of regime structures the inherent institutional limitations of which form significant...
European Military Law Systems
Berlin: de Gruyter Recht
2003908 pp. +xxvi 3-89949-031-2 Author notes A1King’s College, London Copyright Oxford University Press 2004
In November 2002, a US Unmanned Aerial Vehicle launched a missile at a car in Yemen suspected to be carrying terrorists. The lethal strike arguably represented a ‘targeted killing’, a policy that had previously been widely renounced by the international community including the US. However, the...
This article discusses the question whether unlawful confinement of civilians in the context of internal armed conflict constitutes a war crime, with a focus on the jurisprudence of the Yugoslav Tribunal. The traditional position that international humanitarian law provides civilians with no...
The author examines the need to develop generic model codes of criminal justice for peace operations. He argues that any changes to the domestic criminal law and procedure of a host state introduced by peacekeepers should only occur where it is necessary and reasonable to achieve an appropriate...
Major combat operations in Iraq have ended. However, the occupation is still continuing. The United Kingdom, a party to the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), actively took part in this war and still controls certain parts of Iraq. Allegations that British forces had violated...
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