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Journal of Conflict & Security Law - Volume 27, Issue 3, Winter 2022

Journal of Conflict & Security Law – Volume 27, Issue 3, Winter 2022

Journal of Conflict & Security Law - Volume 27, Issue 3, Winter 2022

Journal of Conflict & Security Law

Volume 27, Issue 3, Winter 2022

Print ISSN: 1467-7954, Online ISSN: 1467-7962

The Journal of Conflict & Security Law (JCSL) is a thrice yearly peer-reviewed journal aimed at academics, government officials, military lawyers, and lawyers working in the area, as well as individuals interested in the areas of arms control law, armed conflict law and collective security law, and the interfaces between them.

JCSL covers the whole spectrum of international law relating to armed conflict from the pre-conflict stage when the issues include those of arms control, disarmament and conflict prevention, through to the outbreak of armed conflict and discussions on the legality of resort to force (jus ad bellum), to the coverage of the conduct of military operations and the protection of non-combatants by international humanitarian law (jus in bello). The international legal framework applicable to terrorism spans both the jus ad bellum and jus in bello. Treatment is also given to the conflict resolution stage, where the legal issues concern peace agreements, post-conflict rebuilding (jus post-bellum), territory, compensation and disarmament. Collective security mechanisms such as peacekeeping and military enforcement action are potentially applicable throughout

CONTENIDO

Article
Submarine Communication Cables and the Law of Armed Conflict: Some Enduring Uncertainties, and Some Proposals, as to Characterization
Rob McLaughlin, Tamsin Phillipa Paige, Douglas Guilfoyle

Doctrines of the Self-Defence on the High Seas under Law of the Sea
Yurika Ishii

International Legal Issues Arising from Repatriation of the Children of Islamic State
Saeed Bagheri, Alison Bisset

Minimum Levels of Human Intervention in Autonomous Attacks
Tim McFarland

The European Peace Facility and the UN Arms Trade Treaty: Fragmentation of the International Arms Control law?
Abdulmalik M Altamimi

Same Same but Different? Why War-Sustaining Objects Can Be Destroyed but Not Targeted
Niklas S Reetz

The Obligation to Release and Repatriate Prisoners of Wars: Revisiting the Arbitral Award of Eritrea–Ethiopia Claims Commission
Wubeshet Tiruneh

Book Review
Fiona de Londras, The Practice and Problems of Transnational Counter-Terrorism
David McKeever

Correction

Ver también

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