|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Justice, International Law and Global Security Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Dr Howard M. Hensel has been a Professor on the faculty of the Air War College since 1986 and currently serves as the Director of Foundations of Warfighting Strategy.
Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction, Howard M. Hensel; Part I Perspectives on Just War Doctrine, International Relations, and Armed Conflict: Theocentric natural law and just war doctrine, Howard M. Hensel; Anthropocentric natural law and its implications for international relations and armed conflict, Howard M. Hensel; The rejection of natural law and its implications for international relations and armed conflict, Howard M. Hensel. Part II International Law and the Customary Principles Underpinning the Law of Armed Conflict: Preemption and preventive war, Gregory A. Raymond and Charles W. Kegley Jr; The development of international humanitarian law and the continued relevance of custom, Jean-Marie Henckaerts; The Martens clause and military necessity, Mika Nishimura Hayashi; The principle of distinction: beyond an obligation of customary international humanitarian law, Jean-François Quéguiner; The principle of proportionality, A.P.V. Rogers; Hors de combat: post-September 11 challenges to the rules, Avril McDonald; Occupation responsibilities and constraints, Charles Garraway; Conclusion, Howard M. Hensel; Index.