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|Awards:||Joint winner for Paul Guggenheim Prize in International Law 2009.
Winner of Paul Guggenheim Prize in International Law 2009.
|Contents:||A. STATE PRACTICE AND LEGAL DOCTRINE ; 1. The Notion of 'Targeted Killing' ; 2. Current Trend towards Legitimization ; 3. Targeted Killing in Contemporary Legal Doctrine ; 4. The Analysis ; B. LAW ENFORCEMENT ; 5. The Paradigm of Law Enforcement ; 6. Law Enforcement and the Conventional Human Right to Life ; 7. Law Enforcement and the Protection of Life under International Humanitarian Law ; 8. Law Enforcement and the Non-Conventional Human Right to Life ; 9. Permissibility of Targeted Killing as a Method of Law Enforcement ; C. HOSTILITIES ; 10. The Paradigm of Hostilities ; 11. The Principle of Distinction under International Humanitarian Law ; 12. Means and Methods in the Conduct of Hostilities ; 13. Human Rights Law and the Paradigm of Hostilities ; 14. Permissibility of Targeted Killing as a Method of Conducting Hostilities ; D. CONCLUSIONS ; 15. Comparative Conclusions ; 16. Epilogue: Targeted Killing and the Rule of Law|
|Series Title:||Oxford monographs in international law|
The book is a well written, clearly structured, thoughtful and measured account of issues such as current state practice, judicial consideration and relevant international law...In essence Targeted