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Craig, Alan, 1953-
International legitimacy and the politics of security.
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource|
|Contents:||Introduction Part 1: Legitimacy, Morality, and International Law Chapter 1: International Law and legitimacy Chapter 2: Morality at War (1): Traditional Just War Doctrine Chapter 3: Morality at War (2): Modern critiques of Just War Theory Chapter 4: Advising in the Grey Area Part 2: The Israeli Experience Chapter 5: The IDF's legal environment Chapter 6: Case Study 1: The Second Intifada and the targeted killings of Salah Shehadeh Chapter 7: Case Study 2: The 2006 Lebanon War Chapter 8: Case Study 3: Operation Case Lead Chapter 9: Case Study 4: The 2010 Turkish Flotilla- the Mavi Marmara Affair Chapter 10: Conclusion and Policy Implications Bibliography|
In this ground breaking work, Alan Craig offers an exacting critique of the growing role that military lawyers now play in the conduct of operations by the Israel Defense Forces. Conceptually