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Asymptomatic stage I sarcoidosis complicated by pulmonary tuberculosis: a case report
The case of a 67-year-old woman with undiagnosed asymptomatic stage I sarcoidosis for at least 8 years before her admission and a 1-month history of fever, exertional dyspnea and dry cough is presented.
Targeted Killings And The Soliders' Right To Life
Targeted killings are a major, albeit controversial, policy in the modern war against terror. Yet, since modern warfare is conducted at large among civilian populations, the lives of troop soldiers,
Introducing international humanitarian law to judicial and quasi-judicial bodies
During the last decade, international humanitarian law has acquired a new vigor in the jurisprudence of international and domestic courts and tribunals. Alongside standard application in cases
The Great Oxymoron: Jus In Bello Violations as Legitimate Non-Forcible Measures of Self-Defense: The Post-Disengagement Israeli Measures towards Gaza as a Case Study
Modern warfare and the war on terror against mainly non-State actors have obliged States to resort to innovative measures which blur the limits between jus in bello and jus ad bellum and create a
Applying international humanitarian law in judicial and quasi-judicial bodies : international and domestic aspects
Introducing International Humanitarian Law to Judicial and Quasi Judicial Bodies.- Applicability Test of Additional Protocol II and Common Article 3 for Crimes in Internal Armes Conflict.- The Role
From the barrier to refugee law: national security's transformation from a balancing right to a background element in the realms of Israeli constitutionalism
Mapping cardinal cases of the Israeli Supreme Court, the article will demonstrate how, in the Israeli constitutional experience, the concept of national security came to be transformed from a
Judicial Regionalism's Thwarting of UN Security Council Chapter VII Punitive Cosmopolitanism: Measuring the Effects on International Jurisdictional Constitutionalism
Under Chapter VII the UN Security Council has the authority to legally condemn certain behaviors by enacting binding measures on both states and individuals. This has been interpreted through
The Dynamic Law of Occupation: Inaugurating International Thematic Constitutionalism
Law, by its nature is not static, but dynamic. This creates questions of interpretation of documents or institutional arrangements that have been shaped or taken place hundreds of years ago or under