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Rethinking Military Necessity in the Law of Armed Conflict
This paper examines the concept of military necessity and the exception in the law of armed conflict. Unlike most of the literature on the topic, the aim of this study is not to propose ‘solutions’Expand
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The Responsibility to Protect and the Responsibility While Protecting: An Analysis of Humanitarian Intervention and the Developing World
This paper looks at how the notion of a responsibility while protecting may play a bridging role between developed and emerging countries, rebalancing the concept of the responsibility to protect andExpand
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What Role for International Law in a Politics of Civility
This essay questions the role of international law in Etienne Balibar's suggestion of a politics of civility to reintroduce the issue of equality and the horizon for political action. It exploresExpand
The Responsibility to Protect and the Legality of Using Force
I n 2001 the international commission on intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS) presented a report named The Responsibility to Protect1. The aim of this report was to shed new light on theExpand
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Is There Anything 'Humanitarian' About International Humanitarian Law?
The laws of war have in the past decades been commonly referred to as international humanitarian law. Yet it is confusing and misleading to call this discipline “humanitarian law”. This short paperExpand
Direitos Autorais e Comunicação Científica: desafios para bibliotecas (Copyright Law and Scientific Communication: Challenges for Libraries)
Portuguese Abstract: O artigo trata dos avancos e desafios para a comunicacao cientifica procedentes da regulacao dos direitos autorais e do papel das bibliotecas na preservacao e disseminacao doExpand
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