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    Military Operations and the Notion of Control Under International Law

    手机体育投注平台Liber Amicorum Terry D. Gill

    Rogier Bartels (2021)

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    Introduction: Terry Gill and the Relevance of the Various Notions of Control in Military Operations Under Public International Law

    Rogier Bartels, Jeroen C. van den Boogaard in Military Operations and the Notion of Cont… (2021)

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    ILMO: The ‘Flux Capacitor’ of Contemporary Military Operations

    This lecture discusses the significant and often crucial role international law plays for military operations, and illustrates through various examples the influence compliance with the law and legitimacy have...

    Terry D. Gill in Military Operations and the Notion of Control Under International Law (2021)

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    Decision-Making and Parliamentary Control for International Military (Cyber) Operations by the Netherlands Armed Forces

    手机体育投注平台 This chapter focuses on the highly pertinent issues of political decision-making, the provision of information to parliament and parliamentary control related to the international ‘deployment’ of military cybe...

    Paul A. L. Ducheine, Kraesten L. Arnold in Military Operations and the Notion of Cont… (2021)

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    Relevance of Control in Status of Forces Agreements

    手机体育投注平台 One of the cornerstones of the international law on military operations is the issue of the legal position of armed forces personnel serving on the territory of another sovereign State with the consent of the ...

    Joop Voetelink, Bas van Hoek in Military Operations and the Notion of Cont… (2021)

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    In Control: Harnessing Aerial Destructive Force

    手机体育投注平台 The targeting process involves a complex series of decisions concerning the use of destructive force against specific objects or people. This process underlies the offensive employment of airpower and the unpr...

    Frans P. B. Osinga, Mark P. Roorda in Military Operations and the Notion of Cont… (2021)

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    Some Thoughts on the Role of the Notion of ‘Control’ in ‘Choosing’ the Paradigm of Hostilities or Law Enforcement as the Governing Framework for the Use of Force in Military Operations: Is There Any?

    This contribution examines whether there is a role for ‘control’ in deciding which normative paradigm governing the use of force—law enforcement or hostilities—applies to a State’s military operations.

    Eric Pouw in Military Operations and the Notion of Control Under International Law (2021)

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    The Impact of Control Over Armed Forces on Conflict Classification in War Crimes Cases

    This contribution analyses how the two different notions of control over armed forces that have been developed in the international case law (namely, “effective control”, as set out by the International Court ...

    Rogier Bartels in Military Operations and the Notion of Control Under International Law (2021)

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    The Shaping of the Notion of ‘Control’ in the Law on International Responsibility by Certain International and Regional Courts

    手机体育投注平台 The notion of control plays an important role within the context of the law on international responsibility in terms of both ascertaining jurisdiction and attribution of responsibility for internationally wron...

    Gentian Zyberi in Military Operations and the Notion of Control Under International Law (2021)

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    The Control Requirement of Command Responsibility: New Insights and Lingering Questions Offered by the Bemba Appeals Chamber Case

    Taking the (controversial) acquittal of Mr. Bemba by the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court as the point of departure, this contribution aims to shed some light on the relationship between two...

    Harmen van der Wilt, Maria Nybondas in Military Operations and the Notion of Cont… (2021)

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    ‘Autonomous’ Weapons and Human Control

    There is an ongoing debate on whether and how the use of certain emerging weapon technologies perceived as decreasingly allowing human control over the use of force should be regulated or banned. The focus of ...

    Jeroen C. van den Boogaard, Mark P. Roorda in Military Operations and the Notion of Cont… (2021)

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    Control in Weapons Law

    This chapter analyses the role that notions of control play in the field of weapons law. For this purpose, the chapter first explores what arms control treaties actually are and where this idea of control feat...

    William Boothby in Military Operations and the Notion of Control Under International Law (2021)

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    Ensuring Military Legal Expertise Within the Netherlands Armed Forces: A Brief History of the Chair for Military Law

    This contribution to the Liber Amicorum for Terry Gill oversees the history of the Chair for Military Law at the University of Amsterdam. It describes the ties between the armed forces and the academic world with...

    Gert Walgemoed in Military Operations and the Notion of Control Under International Law (2021)

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    Legal Challenges in Extraterritorial Military Operations

    手机体育投注平台 This chapter evaluates the International Law of Military Operations (ILMO) as a new branch of international law that has various different sources, many of them being derived from ‘non-military’ areas of inter...

    Dieter Fleck in Military Operations and the Notion of Control Under International Law (2021)

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    Control and the Right to Self-Defence Against Non-State Actors

    手机体育投注平台 This contribution examines the concept of control in the context of self-defence against armed attacks carried out by armed groups. After a brief introduction of the relevant questions, the second section deli...

    Kinga Tibori-Szabó in Military Operations and the Notion of Control Under International Law (2021)

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    Effective Command and Control in United Nations Peace Operations

    This chapter discusses effective command and control in United Nations peace operations from four distinct perspectives. In the first section, the incidents in Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo (2004) and J...

    Ben Klappe, Jan Peter Spijk in Military Operations and the Notion of Cont… (2021)

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    Controlling Migrants at Sea During Armed Conflict

    Overseas migrant flows during armed conflict can present challenges for naval forces in terms of controlling the maritime operational area. Although armed conflict, refugees, migrants and displaced persons app...

    Martin D. Fink, Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg in Military Operations and the Notion of Cont… (2021)

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    The Requirement of Effective Control in the Law of Occupation

    手机体育投注平台 This chapter focuses on the impact of control on occupation. Whether a State exercises effective control over territory of another State determines whether that territory is occupied. In other words, whether a...

    Marten Zwanenburg in Military Operations and the Notion of Control Under International Law (2021)

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    Responsibility of Organized Armed Groups Controlling Territory: Attributing Conduct to ISIS

    手机体育投注平台 In stark contrast to the situation for states, international organizations and individuals, there is no coherent international legal framework governing the responsibility of non-state organized armed groups t...

    Katharine Fortin, Jann Kleffner in Military Operations and the Notion of Cont… (2021)

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    The Importance of Arms Control Law

    International arms control law is a special branch of public international law that is linked to both ius ad bellum and ius in bello手机体育投注平台. Both the notion of arms control will be dealt with as well as the development ...

    Eric Myjer in Military Operations and the Notion of Control Under International Law (2021)

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