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The Contemporary Law of Armed Conflict…

The Contemporary Law of Armed Conflict (Melland Schill Studies in…

by L. C. Green

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The Melland Schill Monographs in International Law seek to manintain the high standard of this ever-growing subject. Each volume in the series presents an internationally recognized scholar on a particular issue in international law. This volume in the series is a comprehensive statement of the law of armed conflict as currently recognized by the majority of members of the international community. The author chooses a practical interpretation of the law of armed conflict; he concentrates on the law as accepted by states for the practice of their armed forces. He covers both customary and treaty law, and draws on its application in modern state practice, with examples from the United Nations response to the 1990 crisis in Kuwait, as well as Vietnam, Korea and the two world wars. This monograph is intended for students of international law and international relations, diplomats, military personnel and defence policy-makers.

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