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Legal and ethical lessons of NATO's Kosovo campaign

Author: Andru E Wall
Publisher: Newport, R.I. : Naval War College, 2002.
Series: International law studies, v. 78.
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Genre/Form: Kongress (Newport, RI, 2001)
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Legal and ethical lessons of NATO's Kosovo campaign.
1 online resource (xxx, 571 p.)
(OCoLC)701731981
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Andru E Wall
ISBN: 1884733255 9781884733253
OCLC Number: 50982381
Description: xxx, 571 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I: Keynote addresses. Opening remarks / Arthur Cebrowski --
Judging Kosovo: the legal process, the Law of armed conflict, and the Commander In Chief / James E. Baker --
Operation Allied Force from the perspective of the NATO Commander / Michael Short --
Discussion --
Part II: The applicability of the law of armed conflict. Introduction / Scott Silliman --
The applicability of International humanitarian law and the Law of neutrality to the Kosovo campaign / Christopher Greenwood --
Rules of conduct during humanitarian intervention / Ivan Shearer --
Application of the Law of armed conflict during Operation Allied Force: maritime interdiction and prisoner of war issues / George Walker --
Commentary / Judith A. Miller --
Commentary / Natalino Ronzitti --
Commentary / Richard Sorenson --
Discussion. The UN Security Council and the creation of International law ; The Law of neutrality under the UN Charter ; Peacekeepers or an occupying force? ; The legality of blockade or visit & search ; Applying the LOAC: a question of intent or act? ; Enforcement of the Laws of armed conflict and 20/20 hindsight ; Are the Laws of war a constraint? --
Part III: Targeting. Introduction / Robert F. Turner --
Legitimate military objectives under the current jus in bello / Yoram Dinstein --
Targeting / Michael Bothe --
Legal perspective from the EUCOM targeting cell / Tony Montgomery --
Commentary / Harvey Dalton --
Commentary / Wolff H. von Heinegg --
Commentary / Henry Shue --
Discussion. Reasonable military commanders and reasonable civilians ; Legal advisors and time-sensitive targets ; Coalition approval of targets ; When civilian objects become military objectives ; Relating the permissible mission to the military advantage ; "Dual-purpose" targets ; Targeting regime elites Part IV: Collateral damage. Introduction / John Norton Moore --
Some legal (and a few ethical) dimensions of the collateral damage resulting from NATO's Kosovo campaign / John F. Murphy --
International humanitarian law after Kosovo: is Lex Lata sufficient? / Ove Bring --
Commentary / Yves Sandoz --
Commentary / W. Hays Parks --
Commentary / Barry Strauss --
Discussion. Modern technology: is there an obligation to use it? ; Human shields: can abuse of the Law of war be a force multiplier? ; Do we need an additional protocol for humanitarian intervention? ; Reciprocity in war and the Law of war ; Target priority and collateral damage ; "No body bags" war and the value of human lives ; Does Kosovo provide lessons for the future? ; Cluster bombs and long-term collateral damage ; The principle of proportionality ; Flying at 15,000 feet --
Part V: Coalition operations. Introduction / Nicholas Rostow --
Coalition warfare and differing legal obligations of coalition members under International humanitarian law / Torsten Stein --
To what extent is Protocol I customary international law? / Fausto Pocar --
Commentary / Rudolph Dolzer --
Commentary / Leslie C. Green --
Commentary / David Graham --
Discussion. Can a coalition member be held responsible for the actions of other members? ; The United States and Protocol I ; The status of Protocol I as customary international law ; Reprisals ; The Martens Clause and the margin of appreciation ; The relationship between Human rights law and the Law of armed conflict --
Part VI: The road ahead. Introduction / Joel Rosenthal --
The Laws of war after Kosovo / Adam Roberts --
Propositions on the Law of war after the Kosovo campaign / Ruth Wedgwood --
Commentary / Rein Müllerson --
Commentary / Horace B. Robertson, Jr. --
Commentary / Harvey Dalton --
Discussion. Does the US have a unilateralist approach to International law? ; Is there a right of humanitarian intervention? ; Humanitarian intervention: ethically right, although legally wrong? ; Is there a link between the jus ad bellum and the jus in bello? ; Critiquing the report to the prosecutor ; Applying the Law of armed conflict in the future --
Appendix A. Final report to the prosecutor by the Committee established to review the NATO bombing campaign against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia --
Appendix B. Contributors.
Series Title: International law studies, v. 78.
Responsibility: Andru E. Wall, editor.

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