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Judges, law and war : the judicial development of international humanitarian law

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Darcy, Shane.
Title Statement
Judges, law and war : the judicial development of international humanitarian law / Shane Darcy.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge, United Kingdom :   Cambridge University Press,   2014.  
Physical Medium
xxv, 362 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Cambridge studies in international and comparative law ;107
ISBN
9781107060692 (hardback) 1107060699 (hardback)
요약
"International courts and judicial bodies play a formative role in the development of international humanitarian law. Judges, Law and War examines how judicial bodies have influenced the substantive rules and principles of the law of armed conflict, and studies the creation, application and enforcement of this corpus of laws. Specifically, it considers how international courts have authoritatively addressed the meaning and scope of particular rules, the application of humanitarian law treaties and the customary status of specific norms. Key concepts include armed conflicts and protected persons, guiding principles, fundamental guarantees, means and methods of warfare, enforcement and war crimes. Consideration is also given to the contemporary place of judicial bodies in the international law-making process, the challenges presented by judicial creativity and the role of customary international law in the development of humanitarian law"--
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 335-351) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Humanitarian law. Human rights. Judicial assistance. War victims --Legal status, laws, etc. War (International law).
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490 1 ▼a Cambridge studies in international and comparative law ; ▼v 107
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. 335-351) and index.
520 ▼a "International courts and judicial bodies play a formative role in the development of international humanitarian law. Judges, Law and War examines how judicial bodies have influenced the substantive rules and principles of the law of armed conflict, and studies the creation, application and enforcement of this corpus of laws. Specifically, it considers how international courts have authoritatively addressed the meaning and scope of particular rules, the application of humanitarian law treaties and the customary status of specific norms. Key concepts include armed conflicts and protected persons, guiding principles, fundamental guarantees, means and methods of warfare, enforcement and war crimes. Consideration is also given to the contemporary place of judicial bodies in the international law-making process, the challenges presented by judicial creativity and the role of customary international law in the development of humanitarian law"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

CONTENTS
Acknowledgments = ix
Table. of cases = xi
1 Introduction = 1
 a. International humanitarian law = 3
 b. Relevant judicial bodies = 7
 c. Judicial development = 10
2 Judicial decisions in international law = 21
 a. A subsidiary source of international law = 22
  ⅰ. Precedent = 25
 b. The judicial function in international law = 38
  ⅰ. Gap-filling and law creation = 42
  ⅱ. The progressive development of humanitarian law = 54
 c. The role of customary international law = 67
3 Key categories : armed conflicts and protected persons = 82
 a. Armed conflict = 83
  ⅰ. International armed conflict = 84
  ⅱ. Military occupation = 96
  ⅲ. Non-international armed conflict = 103
 b. Protected persons = 114
  ⅰ. Civilians = 115
  ⅱ. Prisoners of war = 126
  ⅲ. Child soldiers = 134
4 Basic principles and fundamental guarantees = 139
 a. Basic principles = 140
  ⅰ. Distinction = 141
  ⅱ. Military necessity = 145
  ⅲ. Proportionality = 150
  ⅳ. Unnecessary suffering and humanity = 153
 b. Fundamental guarantees = 163
  ⅰ. Common Article 3 = 163
  ⅱ. Sexual violence = 176
5 Means and methods of warfare = 185
 a. Weapons = 187
  ⅰ. Nuclear weapons = 188
  ⅱ. Other weapons = 199
 b. Methods of warfare = 204
 c. Non-international armed conflicts = 216
6 Enforcement = 223
 a. Judicial enforcement of international humanitarian law = 224
 b. Responsibility = 237
 c. Reparations = 248
 d. Reciprocity and reprisals = 255
7 Prosecution of war crimes = 265
 a. The international law of war crimes = 266
  ⅰ. Nuremberg and Tokyo = 268
  ⅱ. Grave breaches of the 1949 Geneva Conventions = 274
  ⅲ. Non-international armed conflicts = 279
  ⅳ. Nullum crimen sine lege at the tribunals = 286
 b. Responsibility of superiors and military commanders = 292
 c. Superior orders = 302
 d. Amnesty = 306
8. Conclusion = 314
 a. Revisiting judicial decisions as a subsidiary source = 315
 b. Legitimacy and challenges = 321
Bibliography = 335
Index = 352

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