Information Paper Series
Presented by the International Law Department, U.S. Naval War College
Series Number 13 (2013)
The International Law Department discusses emerging law of armed conflict issues through its Information Paper Series. These periodic publications are intended to provide leaders, practitioners, and scholars with a condensed outline of the key legal concerns on the various topics. We hope these short pieces will prove to be relevant and an excellent starting point for your research efforts. Please note that the views expressed in the information paper series are solely those of the author or authors and should not be understood as necessarily representing those of the U.S. Department of Defense or any other government entity.
Series Number 13-1: Legal Implications of Autonomous Weapon Systems
Series Number 13-2: The Interface between International Human Rights Law and the Law of Armed Conflict, and Why It Matters to a US Military Commander
Series Number 13-3: Belligerent Targeting and the Invalidity of a Least Harmful Means Rule
Series Number 13-4: International Regulation of Private Maritime Security Companies
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