The Contemporary Law of Armed Conflict
This edition brings the work up to date, examining the significance of the World Court's Opinion on the legality of the nuclear weapon and exploring the laser weapon agreement, the mines treaty, the jurisprudence of two war crimes tribunals and the role of the proposed International Criminal Court.
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The legality of war and the law of armed conflict
The history and sources of the law of armed conflict
International and noninternational armed conflict
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