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International Law and the Use of Force (Adelphi Papers)

Marc Weller

International Law and the Use of Force (Adelphi Papers)

by Marc Weller

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Published by Oxford Univ Pr (Txt) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International humanitarian law,
  • Treaties & other sources of international law,
  • Politics/International Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10138557M
    ISBN 100198280564
    ISBN 109780198280569

    'The book is an excellent example of the 'positivist-objectivist' approach to interpreting the international law on the use of force. The result is a comprehensive and even-handed treatment of the many complex arguments on the urgent issue of our time, the legality of resort to military force.'. Basically preserving the structure which made the previous edition so successful, a new chapter on Inter-state Courts and Tribunals considers the role of the International Court of Justice and the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea, and there is a new chapter on international humanitarian law.

    The book addresses questions such as whether a cyber operation amounts to a use of force and, if so, whether the victim state can exercise its right of self-defence; whether cyber operations trigger the application of international humanitarian law; what rules must be followed in the conduct of cyber hostilities; how neutrality is affected by Author: Marco Roscini. Get this from a library! International law and the use of force. [Christine D Gray] -- "This volume covers the whole of the large and controversial subject of the use of force in international law; it examines not only the use of force by States, but also the role of the UN and.

    Book Review: The Oxford Handbook of the Use of Force in International Law by Marc Weller (ed), Oxford University Press, , pp., ISBN: Journal on the Use of Force and International Law, Vol. 3, No. 2, –, Author: Ezequiel Heffes. The use of self defense is limited under the international customary law. The permissibility of the use of force in cases of self defense is hinged on the interpretation of Article There is no right to pre-emptive self defense when an armed attack has occurred, a state does not have to wait for an armed attack to actually occur to use force.


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'The Use of Force and International Law is a book that offers significant coverage of the topic without falling into the trap of being overly dense, meeting its primary goal of acting as an introduction for those who are new to the subject while also providing analysis at a level that will inform the work of established ad bellum scholars.

International Law and the Use of Force traces this shift and explores its implications for contemporary. When the United Nations Charter was adopted instates established a legal `paradigm' for regulating the recourse to armed force.

In the years since then, however, significant developments have challenged the paradigm's validity, causing a `pardigmatic shift'/5(7). This book explores the large and controversial subject of the use of force in international law. It examines not only the use of force by states but also the role of the UN in peacekeeping and enforcement action, and the increasing role of regional organizations in the maintenance of international peace and UN Charter framework is under challenge.

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The prohibition of the use of force in international law is one of the major achievements of international law in the past century.

The attempt to outlaw war as a means of national policy and to establish a system of collective security after both World Wars resulted in the creation of the United Nations Charter, which remains a principal point of reference for the law on the use of force to this day.5/5(1).

International Law and the Use of Force by States - Oxford Scholarship The author of this book has confined himself to the pursuit, on historic lines, of an estimation of the extent of legal prohibition of the use of force by states. The Use of Force against Ukraine and International Law Jus Ad Bellum, Jus In Bello, Jus Post Bellum.

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It examines not only the use of force by states but also the role of the UN in peacekeeping and enforcement action, and the increasing role of regional organizations in the maintenance of international peace and : Christine Gray.

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1, pp. 1– Chinkin, C. (–9) ‘A Gendered Perspective to the International Use of Force’, Australian Year Book of International Law vol. 12, pp. – Summary: "This book explores the large and controversial subject of the use of force in international law.

It examines not only the use of force by states but also the role of the UN in peacekeeping and enforcement action, and the increasing role of regional organizations in the maintenance of international peace and security.

Some regard it as a curious, if not paradoxical, idea that international law should seek to regulate war and the use of force. It appears almost perverse to use the instrumentality of the law in an attempt to regulate the precise manner of violent killing and destruction of Author: Vaughan Lowe.This book explores the large and controversial subject of the use of force in international law.

It examines not only the use of force by states but also the role of the UN in peacekeeping and enforcement action, and the increasing role of regional organizations in the maintenance of international peace and security.Examining the thematic intersection of law, technology and violence, this book explores cyber attacks against states and current international law on the use of force.

The theory of information ethics is used to critique the law’s conception of violence and to develop an informational approach as an alternative way to think about cyber attacks.