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Legal controls of international conflict
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for the Garland ed. by Isidore Silver Reinhart New York Australian/Harvard Citation. Julius Stone, Legal Controls of International Conflict (). John N. Moore, National Security Law (). Oppenheim, Intemational Law Vol.
I1 Disputes, War and Neutrality (7Ih ed. Gerhard von Glahn, Law Among Nations (). Michael Walzer, Just and Unjust Wars (). File Size: 9MB. This long-awaited new book from Cynthia Day Wallace picks up the thread of her best-selling "Legal Control of the Multinational Enterprise: National Regulatory Techniques and the Prospects for International Controls," In the present work she applies herself to legal and pragmatic aspects of control surrounding MNE operations.
The primary focus is on legal and administrative techniques and 5/5(1). Stone, Julius () Legal Controls of International Conflict: A Treatise on the Dynamics of Disputes- and War-law. Rev. New York: Rinehart. → Includes a supplement for Stone, Julius Problems Confronting Sociological Enquiries Concerning International Law.
Commentary on Part I of the Montreux Document on Pertinent International Legal Obligations and Good Practices for States Related to Operations of Private Military and Security Companies During Armed Conflict.
International Review of the Red Cross, Vol. 96, Issue. p. Cited by: International Affairs: Legal Controls of International Conflict. By Julius Stone. (London, Stevens and Sons Ltd.,pp.$ sh. net). Suggested readings: ABI-SAAB Georges, “Non-International Armed Conflicts”, in International Dimensions of Humanitarian Law, Geneva, Henry-Dunant Institute/UNESCO,pp.
ABI-SAAB Georges, “Humanitarian Law and Internal Conflicts: The Evolution of Legal Concern”, in Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict Challenges Ahead, Essays in Honour of Frits Kalshoven. In other words, Private International law or Conflict of law is a branch of interanational interstate laws and international law that controls all proceedings concerning a “foreign” law factor.
The term conflict of laws originates from situations where the ultimate outcome of a legal dispute depends upon which law applied, and the common. Professor Stone's book, "Israel and Palestine", which appeared in provides a detailed analysis of the central principles of international law relating to the Arab-Israel conflict and Mr.
Lacey's analysis provides a brief and very readable outline of the main points with extracts from the original work. In the international arena, although there is a large cor- pus of international law, there is no single law enforcement entity (except, loosely, the UN, but only on a case-by-case basis as.
H.L.A. Hart, the renowned Oxford scholar of jurisprudence, described legal rules that ‘restrict the free use of violence’ as ‘obviously essential to the maintenance of social life’.
Some may believe that the international legal system lacks such essential rules, and, therefore, fails to qualify as a true legal by: 2.
This book brings the legal rules governing the use of weapons in armed conflict together into a single volume and interprets and applies those principles and rules to particular weapons technologies.
It is the essential reference book for anyone dealing or concerned with the international law applying to weaponry. After relating the historical evolution of weapons law, identifying its sources Author: William H.
Boothby. Drones and the Future of Armed Conflict. to be a fine introduction to unresolved problems of US drone killing policy and practice, particularly the need for adequate legal controls vis- a-vis unconstitutional secrecy and the proliferation of drone users in the future.the insurer.
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It positions weapons law within the framework of international law in general, and of the law of armed conflict in particular, noting the important distinctions between international and non-international armed conflicts, and between the law on the resort to the use of force and that which regulates the conduct of hostilities.
The Author: William H. Boothby.