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The new Tallinn Manual on International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare represents an important professional achievement which is, however, less than comprehensive. The Manual deliberately focuses on (international and non-international) armed conflict, whereas the prohibition of intervention...
Refugee law today is increasingly a tool of counter-insurgency, used by States to exclude the most vulnerable from the major trouble-spots of the world. The new counter-insurgency strategy is based on real and imagined new terrors to the West. This article looks at how children and so-called...
The transnational nature of terrorist and counter-terrorist activities, and the inter-State cooperation that forms the basis of many counter-terrorism operations, engages difficult and controversial questions concerning the extraterritorial application of human rights law. The decisions in July...
The use of drones and other forms of targeted killings are being increasingly criticized at the international and domestic level. Before the backdrop of the most recent news that the United Nations has launched an inquiry into the overall legality of such a method of warfare and counterterrorism...
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