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03/27/2013
New Atlanticist
Reason Finally Gets a Voice: The Tallinn Manual on Cyber War and International Law | quotes Michael Schmitt
Nearly fifteen years ago, in 1999, Schmitt, wrote the most important guidelines. Using criteria derived from traditional international humanitarian law, the “Schmitt Analysis” looked at key factors of an attack such as the severity, immediacy, and invasiveness to determine if it was a use of force or armed attack, and thus a violation of the UN Charter and thus international law.

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