This comprehensive research review discusses seminal works from leading authors on the use of force and armed conflict, beginning with detailed analysis of the prohibition of forcible intervention, including interpretation of the rule and notable exceptions to it. In addition, the review provides a wealth of important information on the law of armed conflict in connection with its foundations, applicability, sources, substance, practical application, and implementation. This review provides a thorough grounding in the law relating to the initial use of force and subsequent armed conflict, and is an essential source of reference for practitioners, academics and students alike.
Jus ad Bellum, Jus in Bello and Jus post Bellum
Edited by Nigel White and Christian Henderson
This innovative Research Handbook brings together leading international law scholars from around the world to discuss and highlight the contemporary debate regarding issues of conflict prevention and the legality of resorting to the use of armed force through to those arising during an armed conflict and in the phase between conflict and peace.