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Ukraine - Type of Armed Conflict

References [1] ICRC, How is the Term ‘Armed Conflict’ Defined in International Humanitarian Law? ICRC Opinion Paper, March 2008, https://www.icrc.org/eng/assets/files/other/opinion-paper-armed-conflict.pdf [2] Sten Verhoeven, International and Non-international Armed Conflicts, Working Paper No. 107, March 2007, 10at www.internationallaw.be , [3] ICTY, The Prosecutor v. Dusko Tadic , Decision on the Defence Motion for Interlocutory Appeal on Jurisdiction, IT-94-1-A, 2 October 1995, para. 70. [4] R. Geiß and M. Siegrist – Has the

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Legal Aspects Regarding the Existence of the Internal Armed Conflict

References [1] Lindsay Moir, The Law of Internal Armed Conflict, Cambridge University Press, 2004, pp.56-58 [2] International Committee Of The Red Cross, THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS OF AUGUST 12, 1949 - Analysis for the use of National Red Cross Societies, Vol.II, Geneva, 1950, pp. 4-8 [3] Yves Sandoz, Christophe Swinarski, Bruno Zimmermann (editors), Commentary on the Additional Protocols to the Geneva Conventions, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Geneva, 1987, p. 1350 [4] Lindsay Moir, The Law of

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The Romanian Revolution of 1989 - An Armed Conflict?

References [1] Lindsay Moir, The Law of Internal Armed Conflict , Cambridge University Press, 2004, pp. 4-11 [2] Anthony Cullen, The Concept of Non-International Armed Conflict in International Humanitarian Law , Cambridge University Press, 2010, p.10 [3] Anthony Cullen, Key Developments Affecting the Scope of Internal Armed Conflict in International Humanitarian Law , MILITARY LAW REVIEW, No. 27-100-183, Spring 2005, Washington, D.C., p.75 [4] Anthony Cullen, The Concept of Non-International Armed Conflict in International

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Revisiting the Notion of ‘Intensity’ Inherent in Common Article 3: An Examination of the Minimum Threshold Which Satisfies the Notion of ‘Intensity’ and a Discussion of the Possibility of Applying a Method of Cumulative Assessment

References AKANDE, D. ‘Classification of Armed Conflicts: Relevant Legal Concepts’. In WILMSHURST, E (ed). International Law and the Classification of Conflicts. Oxford University Press, 2012 AMBOS, K. ‘Chapter III: War Crimes’. In AMBOS, K. Treatise on International Criminal Law; Volume II; The Crimes and Sentencing. Oxford University Press, 2014 BELLAL, Annyssa. ‘ICRC Commentary of Common Article 3: Some Questions Relating to Organized Armed Groups and the Applicability of IHL’ [online] Available at: <http

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Tracking Sustainable Development in Politically Violent Zones: Need for Framework and Cognizance-Kashmir in Context

, White Mat, (undated): The relationship between well-being and Sustainable Development D’ Acci. Luca, 2011: Measuring well-being and progress. Social Indicators Research , Springer Gates. Scott, Hegre. Havard, Nygard. Havard, Strand. Havard, 2012: Development Consequences of Armed Conflict , World Development Harris M Jonathan, 2000: Basic Principles of Sustainable Development , Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University. (working paper series) Haines A, Kovats R.S, Lendrum Campbell, Corvalan C, 2006: Climate Change and

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Tracking Sustainable Development in Politically Violent Zones: Need for Framework and Cognizance- Kashmir in Context

Melanie, Metcalfe Robert, Peasgood Pessa, White Mat, (undated): The relationship between well-being and Sustainable Development D’ Acci. Luca, 2011: Measuring well-being and progress. Social Indicators Research, Springer Gates. Scott, Hegre. Havard, Nygard. Havard, Strand. Havard, 2012: Development Consequences of Armed Conflict, World Development Harris M Jonathan, 2000: Basic Principles of Sustainable Development, Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University. (working paper series) Haines A, Kovats R

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Issues on The Enforcement of International Humanitarian Law to The Use of Drones in Armed Conflicts

, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Law of Armed Conflict Implications, Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law (Vol.2), pp. 143-157, 2011, p.148 [5] Frauke Lachenmann, Rüdiger Wolfrum, The Law of Armed Conflict and the Use of Force. The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Oxford University Press, 2016, p.745 [6] Marco Sassoli, Antoine A. Bouvier, Anne Quintin, How Does Law Protect in War?, ICRC, Third Edition, 2011, Volume I, Chapter 11, p.2 [7] Louisa Brooke-Holland, Overview of military drones used

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Deployability Of Armed Forces In The Current Armed Conflicts

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Achieving victory in nowadays armed conflicts by using of conventional military forces seems more and more difficult. Military solutions are not satisfying and used civilian-military effort still needs many improvements. So-called irregular warfare requires more regular or conventional capabilities than is usually necessary to win in regular warfare. The question is how to adapt armed forces for the nowadays irregular environment. How to educate, train and deploy armed forces? How to create a reliable tool of military power for using in irregular warfare?

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Declared and Undeclared Wars

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To Kill or Not to Kill - the Use of Force against Legitimate Targets in Armed Conflicts

References Abresch W, ‘A Human Rights Law of Internal Armed Conflict: The European Court of Human Rights in Chechnya’ (2005), 16: 4 EJIL 741. Bruscoli F, ‘The Rights of Individuals in Times of Armed Conflict’ (2002), 6:1 The International Journal of Human Rights 45. Corn GS, Blank LR, Jenks Ch, Talbot Jensen E, ‘Belligerent Targeting and the Invalidity of a Least Harmful Means Rule’ (2013) 89 International Law Studies 536. Dinstein Y, The Conduct of Hostilities under the Law of International Armed Conflict (2004) 1. Droege C

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