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English
Publication statement: 
Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, [2020]
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© 2020
Extent: 
XII, 486 Seiten
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Bibliographie: Seite [445]-480
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Thesis: 
Dissertation, University of Oslo, 2018
ISBN: 
978-90-04-40167-9 hardback
Weitere Ausgaben: 978-90-04-40168-6 (Fernzugriff) e-book
Global Trade Item Number: 
9789004401679
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Library of Congress Classification: KZ5930
Dewey Decimal Classification: 355.1/33
Abstract: 
Introduction -- Rules of Engagement: Introduction, Development and Use -- 'Use of force' Categories in NATO ROE Doctrine -- Introduction : the Search for a Legal Basis -- The Law of Armed Conflict -- Self- Defence -- Introduction to Part -- The Use of Force in Self- Defence during Armed Conflict : a Legal -- Analysis of the Various Concepts of Self- Defence -- The Use of Force by NATO Forces in Response to Attacks or Imminent -- Attacks by Opposing Forces -- When May Force be Used to Accomplish Designated Tasks? -- NATO Hostile Intent and Hostile Act ROE : Applicable Law and Its -- Consequences -- The Use of Force in an Attack on Forces 'declared hostile' and Applicable Law -- Conclusions and Proposals.
"The question posed and answered in this book is: When may military forces1 use force during armed conflict? In order to focus the book the decision has been made to limit this question to the use of force against persons. Operationally, this is determined by the rules of engagement (roe), and the focus here is on nato roe. Legally, the answer is not so simple. Although the law of armed conflict (loac) is central to the regulation of the use of force during armed conflict, it is not the only applicable law. In particular, self- defence still applies. As a result, this book aims to tackle the relationship between loac and self- defence, and nato roe and self- defence"--
 
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10 A 92902
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Potsdamer Straße
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