The Law of Armed Conflict and the Use of Force: The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law

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Frauke Lachenmann, Rüdiger Wolfrum
Oxford University Press, Dec 15, 2016 - Law - 1400 pages
This volume brings together articles on the law of armed conflict and the use of force from the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, the definitive reference work on international law. It provides an invaluable resources for scholars, students, and practitioners of international humanitarian law, giving an accessible, thorough overview of all aspects of the field. Each article contains cross-references to related articles, and includes a carefully selected bibliography of the most important writings and primary materials as a guide to further reading. The Encyclopedia can be used by a wide range of readers. Experienced scholars and practitioners will find a wealth of information on areas that they do not already know well as well as in-depth treatments on every aspect of their specialist topics. Articles can also be set as readings for students on taught courses.
 

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Contents

Military Objectives
717
Military Reconnaissance
728
Military Tribunals
732
Militias
739
Missile Warfare
742
MolotovRibbentrop Pact 1939
750
Naval Demonstrations and Manoeuvres
753
Naval Warfare
757

Armed Forces
70
Armistice
74
Arms Control
80
Arms Traffic in
87
Asymmetric Warfare
97
Autonomous Weapon Systems
105
Belligerency
111
Biological Weapons and Warfare
117
Blockade
121
Bombardment
135
Booty in Warfare
141
Boundary Settlements of Germany after World War II
144
Boycott
155
BrestLitovsk Peace of 1918
162
Capitulation Military
165
Capitulations
169
Cartels
173
Cash and Carry Clause
175
Ceasefire
178
Chemical Weapons and Warfare
186
Children and Armed Conflict
193
Civil Defence
204
Civilian Objects
208
Civilian Participation in Armed Conflict
214
Civilian Population in Armed Conflict
221
Cluster Munitions
233
Collective Punishment
236
Collective Security
241
Combatants
249
Combatants Unlawful
260
Command Responsibility
272
Compensation for Personal Damages Suffered during World War II
277
Conquest
288
Contraband
292
Contributions
297
Convoy
300
Cuban Missile Crisis
302
Cultural Property Protection in Armed Conflict
308
Cyber Warfare
313
Debellatio
321
Demarcation Line
324
Demilitarization
326
Deserters
331
Disarmament
335
Economic Warfare
344
Enemies and Enemy Subjects
354
Enemy Property
359
Environment Protection in Armed Conflict
372
Flags and Uniforms in War
382
Flags of Truce
384
Geneva Conventions Additional Protocol I 1977
385
Geneva Conventions Additional Protocol II 1977
390
Geneva Conventions IIV 1949
394
Guantánamo Naval Base
406
Guantánamo Detainees
412
Guerrilla Forces
428
Hague Peace Conferences 1899 and 1907
434
Hors de combat
443
Human Shields
453
Humanitarian Assistance Access in Armed Conflict and Occupation
459
Humanitarian Intervention
468
Humanitarian Law International
480
Humanity Principle of
494
Indiscriminate Attack
497
Insurgency
502
International Humanitarian FactFinding Commission
505
International Committee of the Red Cross ICRC
515
International Criminal Courts and Tribunals Defences
527
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
533
International Military Forces
536
International Military Tribunals
544
International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement
565
Internment
568
Intervention by Invitation
583
Iraq Invasion of 2003
590
Iraq NonFly Zones
598
Iraqi Special Tribunal
601
IraqKuwait War 19901
607
KelloggBriand Pact 1928
616
Korean War 19503
622
Land Mines
629
Land Warfare
637
Lausanne Peace Treaty 1923
649
Legal Advisers in Armed Forces
653
Lex specialis
659
Lieber Code
663
London Naval Conference 19089
669
Manuals on the Laws of Armed Conflict
673
Martens Clause
679
Mercenaries
682
Military Forces Abroad
691
Military Government
702
Military Necessity
710
Neutral Nationals
768
Neutrality in Air Warfare
770
Neutrality in Land Warfare
775
Neutrality in Naval Warfare
780
Neutrality Concept and General Rules
786
Neutralization
804
Neutrals Disarming and Internment of Belligerents
808
NonDefended Towns
809
North Atlantic Treaty Organization NATO
814
Nuclear Weapons Advisory Opinions
830
Nuclear Weapons and Warfare
836
Nyon Agreement 1937
854
Occupation Belligerent
857
Occupation Military Termination of
867
Occupation Pacific
879
Oil for Food Programme
882
Pacifism
887
Parlementaire
891
Peace Treaties
896
Peace Treaties 1947
902
Peace Treaties after World War I
910
Peace Treaty with Japan 1951
920
Peace Breach of
925
Peace Proposals for the Preservation of
927
Peace Threat to
946
Peacebuilding
950
Peacekeeping and Peace Enforcement
962
Peacekeeping Forces
979
Perfidy
991
Pillage
997
Potsdam Conference 1945
1003
Precautions in Attack
1008
Prisoner Transfer
1013
Prisoners of War
1016
Private Military Companies
1031
Privateering
1039
Prize Law
1042
Propaganda for War Prohibition of
1049
Proportionality and Collateral Damage
1055
Psychological Warfare
1060
Remnants of War
1067
Reparations
1071
Reparations after World War II
1081
Reprisals
1091
Requisitions
1095
Resistance Movements
1101
Ruses of War
1103
Safe Conduct and Safe Passage
1104
Safety Zones
1109
Scorched Earth Policy
1113
Security
1118
Security Zones
1125
SelfDefence
1129
SelfPreservation
1139
Sequestration
1143
Ships Diverting and Ordering into Port
1148
Ships Visit and Search
1153
Siege
1162
Small Arms International Restrictions on the Trade in
1168
Spies
1173
St Germain Peace Treaty 1919
1177
Status of Armed Forces on Foreign Territory Agreements SOFA
1180
Strategic Defense Initiative
1194
Submarine Warfare
1201
Suspension of Hostilities
1207
Targeted Killing
1210
Tehran Conference 1943
1216
Trading with the Enemy
1220
Transitional Justice in PostConflict Situations
1225
Trianon Peace Treaty 1920
1233
Ultimatum
1238
Unfriendly Act
1242
United Nations and International Humanitarian Law
1250
United Nations Compensation Commission UNCC
1266
United Nations Peacekeeping Capability Readiness System UNPCRS formerly known as the United Nations Standby Arrangement System UNSAS
1275
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
1280
Use of Force Prohibition of
1286
Use of Force Prohibition of Threat
1300
War Crimes
1302
War Materials
1320
War Reparations
1322
War Zones
1333
War Protection of News Media Workers
1342
Warfare Methods and Means
1347
Wars of National Liberation
1353
Warships
1358
Warships Sunken
1371
Weapons of Mass Destruction
1381
Weapons of Mass Destruction CounterProliferation
1395
Weapons Prohibited
1407
Wounded Sick and Shipwrecked
1415
Yalta Conference 1945
1422
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Frauke Lachenmann is Senior Research Fellow, Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law Rüdiger Wolfrum is Managing Director of the Max-Planck Institute for International Peace and the Rule of Law, the former Director of the Max-Planck Institute for International and Comparative Public Law, and a Judge at the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.

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