Law and military interventions : preserving humanitarian values in 21st century conflicts
Charles J. Dunlap
[S.l.] : Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School, 2010
43 p. ; 30 cm
Is warfare turning into lawfare ? In other words, is international law undercutting the ability of the U.S. to conduct effective military interventions ? Is it becoming a vehicle to exploit American values in ways that actually increase risks to civilians ? In short, is law becoming more of the problem in modern war instead of part of the solution ?
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