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Overview page. Subjects: Warfare and Defence.

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1 a covering over the hatchway leading below decks.

2 a raised frame with windows on the quarterdeck of a ship to allow light into the decks...

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The UN Human Rights Due Diligence Policy: An Effective Mechanism against Complicity of Peacekeeping Forces?

Helmut Philipp Aust.

in Journal of Conflict and Security Law

April 2015; p ublished online June 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Military and Defence Law; Public International Law; Police and Security Services; Terrorism and National Security Law; Use of Force, War, Peace and Neutrality. 5412 words.

In early 2013, the United Nations (UN) Secretary General has formulated a UN Human Rights Due Diligence Policy, which has already been taken up by the Security Council in the context of...

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The Concept of Jihad in Islamic International Law

Shaheen Sardar Ali and Javaid Rehman.

in Journal of Conflict and Security Law

January 2005; p ublished online September 2005 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Military and Defence Law; Public International Law; Police and Security Services; Terrorism and National Security Law; Use of Force, War, Peace and Neutrality. 10954 words.

In the post 11 September 2001 legal and political environment, Islam appears to have become one of the most misunderstood religions. Islam has been equated with fanaticism, ...

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Strengthening Security Council Accountability for Sanctions: The Role of International Responsibility

Antonios Tzanakopoulos.

in Journal of Conflict and Security Law

December 2014; p ublished online September 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Military and Defence Law; Public International Law; Police and Security Services; Terrorism and National Security Law; Use of Force, War, Peace and Neutrality. 8453 words.

The UN Security Council wields immense power under Article 41 of the Charter, a power that it has not shied away from employing regularly over the past two and a half decades. As the use of...

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Reducing the Security Gap through National Courts: Targeted Killings as a Case Study

Sharon Weill.

in Journal of Conflict and Security Law

April 2016; p ublished online November 2015 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Military and Defence Law; Police and Security Services; Terrorism and National Security Law; Use of Force, War, Peace and Neutrality. 9356 words.

This article examines the potential role of national courts in reducing the ‘security gap’ in the context of armed conflicts. Judges in democratic States assume different roles. They may...

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