Targeted killing of suspected terrorists during armed conflicts : compatibility with the rights to life and to a due process ?
Celso Eduardo Faria Coracini
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Anuário brasileiro de direito internacional = Brazilian yearbook of international law = Annuaire brésilien de droit international, III, vol. 3, 2008, p. 34-45
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Based on an imperative analysis of the distinction between combatants and terrorists, and the relation between International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, the purpose of this article is to answer whether it is compatible or not to consider suspects of terrorist activities as military targets during armed conflicts with the right to live and the due legal process.
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