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As United Nations (UN) peacekeeping evolved from interposition forces to multidimensional missions, the UN adjusted its peacekeeping principles and allowed a wider use of force. As the latest adjustment, the Security Council adopted a new mandate for UN Organization Stabilization Mission in the...
The dangers faced by members of the media in conflict zones are widely acknowledged. This article examines the protections offered to media personnel (journalists and other media workers) under International Humanitarian Law and suggests that, in light of the valuable role that they play in...
For the past few months, world attention has been drawn to the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Levant in Syria and Iraq as well as to other groups adhering to its ideology throughout the region. Meanwhile, US targeted killings of al-Qaeda operatives have continued unabated in Pakistan, Yemen...
In the past-15 years, States have increasingly placed a greater reliance on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance technology to identify potential targets on the battlefield and to verify, at the point of executing the attack, whether the target is in fact a military objective, a...
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