Preventive detention of individuals engaged in transnational hostilities : do we need a fourth protocol additional to the 1949 Geneva Conventions ?
New battlefields, old laws : critical debates on asymmetric warfare
New York : Columbia University Press, 2011
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This chapter argues that renewed development of international legal norms is necessary to address transnational armed conflict with nonstate entities, and it tentatively explores the generative role of national laws in developing the basis for new international law. The chapter provides a comparative analysis of laws in Australia, Israel and the United States, focusing on their legal processes for preventive detention relating to national security.
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