Law of war manuals and warfighting : a perspective
Charles J. Dunlap
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Texas international law journal, Vol. 47, no. 2, Spring 2012, p. 265-276
This short essay is intended to provide some perspectives on the role the Air and Missile Warfare Manual can play in the future. It aims to provide special emphasis on the practical issues associated with air and missile operations. It assesses the potential of the manual to turn the norms it promotes into accepted practice among nations, if not into customary international law.
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