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Essays on the modern law of war

by L. C. Green

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 094132026X, Hardcover)

The essays convey collectively a picture of the law of armed conflict that is multidimensional in scope and insight. This second revised and expanded edition is an up-to-date, as well as a classically authoritative contribution to this immensely important field. The international laws of war are an indispensable component to understanding the range of permissible conduct or the penalties and reprisals associated with violations of permissible conduct. Even the rules applicable to terrorism are not thought of as coming under the laws of war, for terrorism is nothing other than the conduct of warfare against an unguarded and defenceless citizenry.

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