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Legal restraints on the use of military force : collected essays by Michael Bothe

Legal restraints on the use of military force : collected essays by Michael Bothe (1회 대출)

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Marauhn, Thilo, editor. Vries, Barry de, editor.
서명 / 저자사항
Legal restraints on the use of military force : collected essays by Michael Bothe / edited by Thilo Marauhn and Barry de Vries.
발행사항
Leiden, The Netherlands :   Brill,   c2021.  
형태사항
xi, 687 p. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
9789004380585 (hardback) 9789004380592 (ebook)
요약
"Professor Michael Bothe is one of the most prominent and influential scholars of international humanitarian law. His publications on legal restraints on the use of military force were not only important at the time of their publication. They continue to be relevant for the interpretation and further development of this highly important area of international law. This volume uniquely collects a wealth of writings that demonstrate that political ideals coupled with a sense of human responsibility can benefit from solid doctrinal underpinnings in international law. Michael Bothe's work brings together idealism, pragmatism and the law in a unique fashion that not only provides insights into important matters of every day politics but also serves as a stimulus for future contributions to the field. The volume thus provides guidance, food for thought and incentives for debate in the international legal community, among practitioners and academics alike. Michael's doctrinal skills, combined with his contextualized assessment of the law, and his deep empathy for the neds of human beings in difficult situations, with a particular view to the victims of armed conflict, will provide a stimulus to scholars to address these issues in the future"--
내용주기
Legal and non-legal norm -- Les limites des pouvoirs du Conseil de Sécurité -- Security Council's targeted sanctions against presumed terrorists : the need to comply with human rights standards -- Limits to the use of force imposed by international law current problems -- Will current international crises result in structural shifts in international law? -- Terrorism and the legality of pre-emptive force -- Peacekeeping and international humanitarian law friends or foes? -- Obligations and protection of individuals -- Verification of disarmament treaties -- Non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction treaty regimes between efficiency and discrimination -- Le droit de la guerre et les nations unies a propos des incidents armés au Congo -- The historical evolution of international humanitarian law, international human rights law, refugee law and international criminal law -- Multiculturalism and the development of international humanitarian law -- Setting the scene new technologies - new challenges for IHL? -- De facto control of land or sea areas its relevance under the law of armed conflict, in particular air and missile warfare -- The international committee of the red cross and the additional protocols of 1977 -- Protection of the environment in times of armed conflict -- Legal restraints on targeting protection of civilian population and the changing faces of modern conflict -- The ethics, principles and objectives of protection of the environment in times of armed conflict -- The ILC special rapporteur's preliminary report on the protection of the environment in relation to armed conflicts an important step in the right direction -- Protection of the environment in relation to armed conflicts a preliminary comment on the work of the international law commission -- Le sort des blessés et malades un but fondamental de la croix-rouge -- Relief actions the position of the recipient state -- Human rights law and international humanitarian law as limits of security council action -- Beginning and end of occupation -- Limits of the right of expropriation (requisition) and of movement restrictions in occupied territory -- Cutting off electricity and water supply for the Gaza strip limits under international law -- The right to provide and receive humanitarian assistance in occupied territories - neutrality in naval warfare what is left of traditional international law? -- Conflits armés internes et droit international humanitaire -- Fact-finding as a means of ensuring respect for international humanitarian law -- Remedies of victims of war crimes and crimes against humanities some critical remarks on the ICJ's judgment on the jurisdictional immunity of states -- Prevention and repression of breaches of international humanitarian law -- Complementarity ensuring compliance with international law through criminal prosecutions - whose responsibility? -- The role of national law in the implementation of international humanitarian law.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references.
일반주제명
War (International law). Intervention (International law). Terrorism (International law). Nuclear nonproliferation. Humanitarian law. Combatants and non-combatants (International law). War --Protection of civilians. War victims --Legal status, laws, etc.
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520 ▼a "Professor Michael Bothe is one of the most prominent and influential scholars of international humanitarian law. His publications on legal restraints on the use of military force were not only important at the time of their publication. They continue to be relevant for the interpretation and further development of this highly important area of international law. This volume uniquely collects a wealth of writings that demonstrate that political ideals coupled with a sense of human responsibility can benefit from solid doctrinal underpinnings in international law. Michael Bothe's work brings together idealism, pragmatism and the law in a unique fashion that not only provides insights into important matters of every day politics but also serves as a stimulus for future contributions to the field. The volume thus provides guidance, food for thought and incentives for debate in the international legal community, among practitioners and academics alike. Michael's doctrinal skills, combined with his contextualized assessment of the law, and his deep empathy for the neds of human beings in difficult situations, with a particular view to the victims of armed conflict, will provide a stimulus to scholars to address these issues in the future"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
546 ▼a In English, with some chapters in French.
610 2 0 ▼a United Nations. ▼b Security Council.
650 0 ▼a War (International law).
650 0 ▼a Intervention (International law).
650 0 ▼a Terrorism (International law).
650 0 ▼a Nuclear nonproliferation.
650 0 ▼a Humanitarian law.
650 0 ▼a Combatants and non-combatants (International law).
650 0 ▼a War ▼x Protection of civilians.
650 0 ▼a War victims ▼x Legal status, laws, etc.
700 1 ▼a Marauhn, Thilo, ▼e editor.
700 1 ▼a Vries, Barry de, ▼e editor.
945 ▼a KLPA

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목차

Bibliographic Information on the Selected Essays of Michael Bothe



An Introduction to Michael Bothe''s Writings on "Legal Restraints on the Use of Military Force"



PART 1

Basic Issues



1 Legal and Non-Legal Norms

A Meaningful Distinction in International Relations?



2 Les Limites des Pouvoirs du Conseil de Securite



3 Security Council''s Targeted Sanctions against Presumed Terrorists

The Need to Comply with Human Rights Standards



4 Limits to the Use of Force Imposed by International Law

Current Problems



5 Will Current International Crises Result in Structural Shifts in International Law?



PART 2

International Security



6 Terrorism and the Legality of Pre-emptive Force



7 Peacekeeping and International Humanitarian Law

Friends or Foes?



PART 3

Arms Control



8 Obligations and Protection of Individuals



9 Verification of Disarmament Treaties



10 Non-Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction

Treaty Regimes between Efficiency and Discrimination



PART 4

The Law of Armed Conflict: General Questions



11 Le Droit de la Guerre Et les Nations Unies

A Propos des Incidents Armes au Congo



12 The Historical Evolution of International Humanitarian Law, International Human Rights Law, Refugee Law and International Criminal Law



13 Multiculturalism and the Development of International Humanitarian Law



14 Setting the Scene

New Technologies - New Challenges for IHL?



15 De Facto Control of Land or Sea Areas

Its Relevance under the Law of Armed Conflict, in Particular Air and Missile Warfare



16 The International Committee of the Red Cross and the Additional Protocols of 1977



PART 5

Conduct of Hostilities: Protecting the Environment



17 Protection of the Environment in Times of Armed Conflict



18 Legal Restraints on Targeting

Protection of Civilian Population and the Changing Faces of Modern Conflict



19 The Ethics, Principles and Objectives of Protection of the Environment in Times of Armed Conflict



20 The ILC Special Rapporteur''s Preliminary Report on the Protection of the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflicts

An Important Step in the Right Direction



21 Protection of the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflicts

A Preliminary Comment on the Work of the International Law Commission



PART 6

Protected Persons and Human Rights, Relief



22 Le Sort des Blesses et Malades

Un but Fondamental de la Croix-Rouge



23 Relief Actions

The Position of the Recipient State



24 Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law as Limits of Security Council Action



PART 7

Occupation



25 Beginning and End of Occupation



26 Limits of the Right of Expropriation (Requisition) and of Movement Restrictions in Occupied Territory



27 Cutting off Electricity and Water Supply for the Gaza Strip

Limits under International Law



28 The Right to Provide and Receive Humanitarian Assistance in Occupied Territories



PART 8

Other Issues Concerning the Law of Armed Conflict



29 Neutrality in Naval Warfare

What is Left of Traditional International Law?



30 Conflits Armes Internes et Droit International Humanitaire



PART 9

Implementation and Enforcement of IHL



31 Fact-finding as a Means of Ensuring Respect for International Humanitarian Law



32 Remedies of Victims of War Crimes and Crimes against Humanities

Some Critical Remarks on the icj''s Judgment on the Jurisdictional Immunity of States



33 Prevention and Repression of Breaches of International Humanitarian Law



34 Complementarity

Ensuring Compliance with International Law through Criminal Prosecutions - Whose Responsibility?



35 The Role of National Law in the Implementation of International Humanitarian Law

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