Examining some of the huge challenges that liberal States faced in the decade after 11 September 2001, this book addresses three aspects of the impact of more than a decade of military action. It considers different expressions of universalist moral aspirations, including the prohibition of torture, and discusses migration and aresponsibility to protect, a as well as the United Nations Human Rights Committeeas Concluding Observations about security and liberty in the last decade. International humanitarian law and the problems posed by the territorial character of war and the effects of new technologies and child soldiers are also analysed.One such example might be the transmission througha cable newsdata streamto every television channel in enemy territory ... oris obligedto accord, protection under the rulesof international law applicable in armed conflict, with intent to betray that ... 37(1)), that arecarried outwith theintent tokill, injureor capture an adversary (seeBothe etal.1982: 204; HPCR Manual ... createthe impressionthat hostilities haveended would be unlawful (see DAprmann 2004).23 The improperuse of codesanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Liberal Way of War|
|Author||:||Dr Robert P Barnidge Jr|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2013-10-28|