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The Lieber Studies Series

The Future Law of Armed Conflict

Waxman, Matthew C.

The Future Law of Armed Conflict

The Lieber Studies Series

The Future Law of Armed Conflict

The Lieber Studies Series: The Future Law of Armed Conflict

 

New technologies, new geopolitical alignments, new interests and vulnerabilities, and other developments are changing how, why, and by whom conflict will be waged. The Future Law of Armed Conflict considers how law and institutions for creating, interpreting, and enforcing the law of armed conflict might look two decades ahead - as well as what opportunities may exist to influence it in that time.


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Beschrijving The Lieber Studies Series: The Future Law of Armed Conflict

Warfare is changing - and rapidly. New technologies, new geopolitical alignments, new interests and vulnerabilities, and other developments are changing how, why, and by whom conflict will be waged. Just as militaries must plan ahead for an environment in which threats, alliances, capabilities, and even the domains in which they fight will differ from today, they must plan for international legal constraints that may differ, too.

This volume considers how law and institutions for creating, interpreting, and enforcing it might look two decades ahead - as well as what opportunities may exist to influence it in that time. Such assessment is important as the U.S. and other governments plan for future warfare. It is also important as they formulate strategies for influencing the development of law to better serve security, humanitarian, and other interests. This volume examines not just specific questions, such as how
might a particular technology require adaptive interpretation of existing law, but also grand ones, such as whether law is capable at all of keeping up with these changes.


ISBN
9780197626054
Pagina's
320
Verschenen
Serie
The Lieber Studies Series
NUR
820
Druk
1
Uitvoering
Hardback
Taal
Engels
Uitgever
OUP USA

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