International humanitarian law in areas of limited statehood : adaptable and legitimate or rigid and unreasonable ?
Björnstjern Baade, Linus Mührel, Anton O. Petrov (eds)
Baden-Baden : Nomos, 2018
251 p. ; 23 cm
The interplay between effectiveness and legitimacy as an important precondition for norm-compliance in IHL can be made explicit by focusing on the challenges which stem from areas of limited statehood. The present volume considers the impact such areas have on IHL and it inquires whether IHL can be adapted to meet challenges emerging from them in a way that is perceived as legitimate.
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