From just war to permanent self-defence : the use of drones in counterterrorism and its questionable consistency with international law standards
Host item entries:
Ordine internazionale e diritti umani, N. 4, 2015, p. 607-629
Contient: 1. Introduction: drone strikes as means of counterterrorism and the need of regulation under international law. – 2. The admissibility of self-defence against non-State actors after 11 September 2001: “a Grotian moment”? – 3. The prohibition of extrajudicial killings pursuant to international human rights law standards applicable in times of peace. – 4. Targeted killings missions in asymmetric warfare and the respect of international humanitarian law. – 5. Drone strikes as “pre-emptive” or “ongoing” self-defence measures against non-State actors. – 6. Tertium (non) datur ? : legitimacy v. legality in the fight against terrorism.
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