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Fighting at the Legal Boundaries: Controlling the Use of Force in Contemporary Conflict by. K WATKIN [OUP, Oxford, 2016, 631pp, ISBN 9780190457976, £ 91.00 (h/bk)]. Ken Watkin has combined the pragmatism and realism that marked out his successful career as a military lawyer, a compendious knowledge and ...
Call for Submissions & Nominations Francis Lieber Prize – 2018
Kenneth Watkin, “Fighting at the Legal Boundaries: Controlling the Use of Force in Contemporary Conflict" (OUP 2016). Article prize: — Tom Dannenbaum, “Why Have We Criminalized Aggressive War?,” 126 Yale Law Journal (2017). Please share this prize solicitation as you see fit and many thanks for your continued ...
Controlling the Use of Force: A Role for Human Rights Norms in
Controlling the Use of Force: A Role for Human Rights Norms in Contemporary Armed. Conflict. Author(s): Kenneth Watkin. Source: The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 98, No. 1 (Jan. ... metric warfare" has been defined as fighting for different ends, or in different ways, or with different means from those of one's ...
Defining the Battlefield in Contemporary Conflict and Counterterrorism
U.S. Use of Military Force Outside of Afghanistan and .... forces, combat characterized by fighting in highly populated areas with a blurring of the lines ... as the boundaries of warfare continue to expand, the spatial and temporal boundaries of armed conflict break down). 5 Amos N. Guiora, Military Commissions and National ...
The Boundaries of the Battlefield: A Critical Look at the Legal
Apr 1, 2013 ... against non-state actors with the goal of countering terrorism. Specifically, the symposium addressed issues related to uses of force and how these may affect and define the geographic and temporal scope and limitations of the laws of armed conflict in relation to counter-terrorism. Besides this main theme, ...
INTERNATIONAL LEGAL MATERIALS
Justice in Conflict. The Effects of the International Criminal Court's. Interventions on Ending Wars and Building. Peace. MARK KERSTEN. 2016 | 272 pp. 9780198777151 | Paperback | $45.00. 9780198777144 | Hardcover | $99.95. Fighting at the Legal Boundaries. Controlling the Use of Force in. Contemporary Conflict.
Fragmented Wars: Multi-Territorial Military Operations against
Jan 1, 2017 ... EXTRATERRITORIAL USE OF FORCE AGAINST NON-STATE ACTORS chs.1–3 (2010); KEN-. NETH WATKIN, FIGHTING AT THE LEGAL BOUNDARIES: CONTROLLING THE USE OF. FORCE IN CONTEMPORARY CONFLICT 50–54 ( 2016); Nico Schrijver & Larissa van den. Herik, Leiden Policy ...
The Legal Classification of the Armed Conflicts in Syria, Yemen and
The Legal Classification of the Armed Conflicts in Syria, Yemen and Libya www. chathamhouse.org. 5. APII conflicts. An APII conflict is one that takes place between the armed forces of a state and dissident armed forces or other OAGs that control sufficient territory so 'as to enable them to carry out sustained and concerted ...
The 21st-Century Belligerent's Trilemma
Apr 6, 2015 ... Hence, a belligerent faces a choice: (i) renounce the right and capacity to use large-scale ... The “New War” Challenge to International Humanitarian Law', 16 Journal of Conflict and Security Law ... Affairs: Air Force Legal Professionals in the 21st Century', 46 AFLR (2001) 293; Kahl, 'How We Fight',.
Emory University School of Law
... as one or more new groups. These developments, along with the appearance of new groups inspired by or declaring allegiance to the original terrorist group, require further analysis of whether the nature and. 6. K. Watkin, Fighting at the Legal Boundaries: Controlling the Use of Force in. Contemporary Conflict, 67 ( 2016).
Army Doctrine Publication: operations (updated 31 March 2017)
Mar 31, 2017 ... ADP Land Operations continues the evolution of modern land forces capstone doctrine, from British Military .... policy, ethical and legal codes – to exploit our ... Part 1 – Context. > Nature and character of conflict. > National and operational context. > fighting Power. Part 2 – Fundamentals. Integrated Action.
The Definition of the Armed Conflict in the Conditions of Cyber Warfare
Abstract: The paper is presenting the examination of the cyberwarfare phenom- enon in its legal context. The cyberattacks are increasingly effective measures of modern combat and would probably become the most crucial dimension of forthcoming armed conflict. The role of the international humanitarian law is to.
MELBOURNE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
Kenneth Watkin, Fighting at the Legal Boundaries: Controlling the Use of. Force in Contemporary Conflict (Oxford University Press, 2016) ISBN: 9780190457976. VI INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW. Donatella Alessandrini, Value Making in International Economic Law and. Regulation: Alternative Possibilities (Routledge ...
(Policy Exchange 2015) 14. 4 Françoise Hampson, 'Using International Human Rights Machinery to Enforce the International Law of Armed Conflicts' (1992) 31 Mil L & L War Rev 117. 5 Kenneth Watkin, Fighting at the Legal Boundaries: Controlling the Use of Force in Contemporary. Conflict (OUP 2016) 125.
International humanitarian law and the challenges of contemporary
Dec 10, 2015 ... IHL applicability, whether in international or non-international armed conflicts: a question of obvious legal and practical significance. The second is the geographic reach of IHL, particularly in light of the extraterritorial use of force against individuals. The relationship between IHL and the legal regime ...
International Legal Protection of Human Rights in Armed Conflict
of force). The use of force is prohibited under the Charter of the United. Nations. Nevertheless, international humanitarian law has to be applied equally by all ... rights law and international humanitarian law was that the former applied in times of peace and the latter in situations of armed conflict. Modern international law ...
The Law Governing the Use of Force Against Non-State Actors in the
Dec 7, 2015 ... state may initiate forceful engagement with the non-state actor (the “may the state use force” ... comports with the legal framework appropriate for the nature and intensity of the conflict. ..... 22 See, e.g., Derek Jinks, The Temporal Scope of Application of International Humanitarian Law in Contemporary.
The Combatant's Privilege in Asymmetric and Covert Conflicts
The Combatant's Privilege in Asymmetric and. Covert Conflicts. Jens David Ohlin. Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/yjil .... THE PRIVILEGE OF COMBATANCY IN MODERN ASYMMETRICAL CONFLICTS . .... asserted if a collective fighting force first acknowledges the use of force and.
How the War Against ISIS Changed International Law
unless they are under the effective control of that state, but the. United States argued that in the ... measures to fight ISIS in Syria without offering a legal basis for military action. This article examines the evolution of the right to use force in self-defense against non-state actors and makes the case that events in 2015 triggered ...
New publications in humanitarian action and the law
Kasaija Phillip Apuuli, “International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and the Use of. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles ... Frederik Rosén, “Extremely Stealthy and Incredibly Close: Drones, Control and. Legal Responsibility”, Journal of ... University of Miami National Security and Armed Conflict Law Review, Vol. 3,. Summer 2013, pp.