The Resource Legal and ethical lessons of NATO's Kosovo campaign, Andru E. Wall, editor., (electronic resource)

Legal and ethical lessons of NATO's Kosovo campaign, Andru E. Wall, editor., (electronic resource)

Label
Legal and ethical lessons of NATO's Kosovo campaign
Title
Legal and ethical lessons of NATO's Kosovo campaign
Statement of responsibility
Andru E. Wall, editor.
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 341 s
  • 949.703
Index
index present
Language note
English
LC call number
JX1295
LC item number
.U4 vol. 78
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1968-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Wall, Andru E.
Series statement
  • International law studies
  • International law studies Legal and ethical lessons of NATO's Kosovo campaign
Series volume
v. 78
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • Kosovo War, 1998-1999
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • Kosovo War, 1998-1999
  • International Law
  • Law, Politics & Government
  • International Law - General
  • Treaties, International
Label
Legal and ethical lessons of NATO's Kosovo campaign, Andru E. Wall, editor., (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Proceedings from a scholarly colloquium entitled Legal and Ethical lessons of NATO's Kosovo Campaign, which was hosted here at the Naval War College on 8-10 August 2001."--Foreword
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Contents
  • Part I: Keynote addresses. Opening remarks / Arthur Cebrowski -- Judging Kosovo: the legal process, the Law of armed conflict, and the Commander In Chief / James E. Baker -- Operation Allied Force from the perspective of the NATO Commander / Michael Short -- Discussion -- Part II: The applicability of the law of armed conflict. Introduction / Scott Silliman -- The applicability of International humanitarian law and the Law of neutrality to the Kosovo campaign / Christopher Greenwood -- Rules of conduct during humanitarian intervention / Ivan Shearer -- Application of the Law of armed conflict during Operation Allied Force: maritime interdiction and prisoner of war issues / George Walker -- Commentary / Judith A. Miller -- Commentary / Natalino Ronzitti -- Commentary / Richard Sorenson -- Discussion. The UN Security Council and the creation of International law ; The Law of neutrality under the UN Charter ; Peacekeepers or an occupying force? ; The legality of blockade or visit & search ; Applying the LOAC: a question of intent or act? ; Enforcement of the Laws of armed conflict and 20/20 hindsight ; Are the Laws of war a constraint? -- Part III: Targeting. Introduction / Robert F. Turner -- Legitimate military objectives under the current jus in bello / Yoram Dinstein -- Targeting / Michael Bothe -- Legal perspective from the EUCOM targeting cell / Tony Montgomery -- Commentary / Harvey Dalton -- Commentary / Wolff H. von Heinegg -- Commentary / Henry Shue -- Discussion. Reasonable military commanders and reasonable civilians ; Legal advisors and time-sensitive targets ; Coalition approval of targets ; When civilian objects become military objectives ; Relating the permissible mission to the military advantage ; "Dual-purpose" targets ; Targeting regime elites
  • Part IV: Collateral damage. Introduction / John Norton Moore -- Some legal (and a few ethical) dimensions of the collateral damage resulting from NATO's Kosovo campaign / John F. Murphy -- International humanitarian law after Kosovo: is Lex Lata sufficient? / Ove Bring -- Commentary / Yves Sandoz -- Commentary / W. Hays Parks -- Commentary / Barry Strauss -- Discussion. Modern technology: is there an obligation to use it? ; Human shields: can abuse of the Law of war be a force multiplier? ; Do we need an additional protocol for humanitarian intervention? ; Reciprocity in war and the Law of war ; Target priority and collateral damage ; "No body bags" war and the value of human lives ; Does Kosovo provide lessons for the future? ; Cluster bombs and long-term collateral damage ; The principle of proportionality ; Flying at 15,000 feet -- Part V: Coalition operations. Introduction / Nicholas Rostow -- Coalition warfare and differing legal obligations of coalition members under International humanitarian law / Torsten Stein -- To what extent is Protocol I customary international law? / Fausto Pocar -- Commentary / Rudolph Dolzer -- Commentary / Leslie C. Green -- Commentary / David Graham -- Discussion. Can a coalition member be held responsible for the actions of other members? ; The United States and Protocol I ; The status of Protocol I as customary international law ; Reprisals ; The Martens Clause and the margin of appreciation ; The relationship between Human rights law and the Law of armed conflict -- Part VI: The road ahead. Introduction / Joel Rosenthal -- The Laws of war after Kosovo / Adam Roberts -- Propositions on the Law of war after the Kosovo campaign / Ruth Wedgwood -- Commentary / Rein Müllerson -- Commentary / Horace B. Robertson, Jr. -- Commentary / Harvey Dalton -- Discussion. Does the US have a unilateralist approach to International law? ; Is there a right of humanitarian intervention?
  • Humanitarian intervention: ethically right, although legally wrong? ; Is there a link between the jus ad bellum and the jus in bello? ; Critiquing the report to the prosecutor ; Applying the Law of armed conflict in the future -- Appendix A. Final report to the prosecutor by the Committee established to review the NATO bombing campaign against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia -- Appendix B. Contributors
Extent
1 online resource (xxx, 571 p. )
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781884733253
Lccn
2002153487
Media category
computer
Media type code
  • c
System control number
  • (CKB)3390000000045522
  • (MH)009088220-2
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Label
Legal and ethical lessons of NATO's Kosovo campaign, Andru E. Wall, editor., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
"Proceedings from a scholarly colloquium entitled Legal and Ethical lessons of NATO's Kosovo Campaign, which was hosted here at the Naval War College on 8-10 August 2001."--Foreword
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Contents
  • Part I: Keynote addresses. Opening remarks / Arthur Cebrowski -- Judging Kosovo: the legal process, the Law of armed conflict, and the Commander In Chief / James E. Baker -- Operation Allied Force from the perspective of the NATO Commander / Michael Short -- Discussion -- Part II: The applicability of the law of armed conflict. Introduction / Scott Silliman -- The applicability of International humanitarian law and the Law of neutrality to the Kosovo campaign / Christopher Greenwood -- Rules of conduct during humanitarian intervention / Ivan Shearer -- Application of the Law of armed conflict during Operation Allied Force: maritime interdiction and prisoner of war issues / George Walker -- Commentary / Judith A. Miller -- Commentary / Natalino Ronzitti -- Commentary / Richard Sorenson -- Discussion. The UN Security Council and the creation of International law ; The Law of neutrality under the UN Charter ; Peacekeepers or an occupying force? ; The legality of blockade or visit & search ; Applying the LOAC: a question of intent or act? ; Enforcement of the Laws of armed conflict and 20/20 hindsight ; Are the Laws of war a constraint? -- Part III: Targeting. Introduction / Robert F. Turner -- Legitimate military objectives under the current jus in bello / Yoram Dinstein -- Targeting / Michael Bothe -- Legal perspective from the EUCOM targeting cell / Tony Montgomery -- Commentary / Harvey Dalton -- Commentary / Wolff H. von Heinegg -- Commentary / Henry Shue -- Discussion. Reasonable military commanders and reasonable civilians ; Legal advisors and time-sensitive targets ; Coalition approval of targets ; When civilian objects become military objectives ; Relating the permissible mission to the military advantage ; "Dual-purpose" targets ; Targeting regime elites
  • Part IV: Collateral damage. Introduction / John Norton Moore -- Some legal (and a few ethical) dimensions of the collateral damage resulting from NATO's Kosovo campaign / John F. Murphy -- International humanitarian law after Kosovo: is Lex Lata sufficient? / Ove Bring -- Commentary / Yves Sandoz -- Commentary / W. Hays Parks -- Commentary / Barry Strauss -- Discussion. Modern technology: is there an obligation to use it? ; Human shields: can abuse of the Law of war be a force multiplier? ; Do we need an additional protocol for humanitarian intervention? ; Reciprocity in war and the Law of war ; Target priority and collateral damage ; "No body bags" war and the value of human lives ; Does Kosovo provide lessons for the future? ; Cluster bombs and long-term collateral damage ; The principle of proportionality ; Flying at 15,000 feet -- Part V: Coalition operations. Introduction / Nicholas Rostow -- Coalition warfare and differing legal obligations of coalition members under International humanitarian law / Torsten Stein -- To what extent is Protocol I customary international law? / Fausto Pocar -- Commentary / Rudolph Dolzer -- Commentary / Leslie C. Green -- Commentary / David Graham -- Discussion. Can a coalition member be held responsible for the actions of other members? ; The United States and Protocol I ; The status of Protocol I as customary international law ; Reprisals ; The Martens Clause and the margin of appreciation ; The relationship between Human rights law and the Law of armed conflict -- Part VI: The road ahead. Introduction / Joel Rosenthal -- The Laws of war after Kosovo / Adam Roberts -- Propositions on the Law of war after the Kosovo campaign / Ruth Wedgwood -- Commentary / Rein Müllerson -- Commentary / Horace B. Robertson, Jr. -- Commentary / Harvey Dalton -- Discussion. Does the US have a unilateralist approach to International law? ; Is there a right of humanitarian intervention?
  • Humanitarian intervention: ethically right, although legally wrong? ; Is there a link between the jus ad bellum and the jus in bello? ; Critiquing the report to the prosecutor ; Applying the Law of armed conflict in the future -- Appendix A. Final report to the prosecutor by the Committee established to review the NATO bombing campaign against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia -- Appendix B. Contributors
Extent
1 online resource (xxx, 571 p. )
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781884733253
Lccn
2002153487
Media category
computer
Media type code
  • c
System control number
  • (CKB)3390000000045522
  • (MH)009088220-2
  • (SSID)ssj0000614859
  • (PQKBManifestationID)12283092
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000614859
  • (PQKBWorkID)10605276
  • (PQKB)10833915
  • (EXLCZ)993390000000045522

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