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Title International law studies / [edited by] United States Naval War College International Law Department

Added Title Geography of cyber conflict : through a glass darkly
Publisher [Getzville, New York] : William S. Hein & Co., Inc., [2013]
 Upper Mez.  KZ6718 .I588 2013    AVAILABLE
Call # KZ6718 .I588 2013
Description 838 pages ; 24 cm
Series International law studies ; v. 89
International law studies ; v. 89
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references
Notes Place of publication from Hein's website
With volume 89, International Law Studies transitioned from print to online publication. William S. Hein & Co., Inc. independently prints and issues a bound version
Online version available via U.S. Naval War College, International Law Studies
Contents The geography of cyber conflict : through a glass darkly / Ashley Deeks -- The law of state responsibility in relation to border crossings : an ignored legal paradigm / Louise Arimatsu -- Networks in non-international armed conflicts : crossing borders and defining "organized armed group" / Peter Margulies -- Geography of armed conflict : why it is a mistake to fish for the red herring / Geoffrey S. Corn -- Self-defensive force against cyber attacks : legal, strategic and political dimensions / Matthew C. Waxman -- Territorial sovereignty and neutrality in cyberspace / Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg -- The role of counterterrorism law in shaping ad bellum norms for cyber warfare / William Banks -- Cyber attacks : proportionality and precautions in attack / Eric Talbot Jensen -- Computer network operations and U.S. domestic law : an overview / Robert M. Chesney -- Classification of cyber conflict / Michael N. Schmitt -- Lawful targets in cyber operations : does the principle of distinction apply? / Nam Lubell -- Cyber war and international law : concluding remarks at the 2012 Naval War College International Law Conference / Yoram Dinstein -- Cyber warriors and the jus in bello / Vijay M. Padmanabhan -- Cyber war and international law : does the international legal process constitute a threat to U.S. vital interests? / John F. Murphy
Organizing for cyberspace operations : selected issues / Paul Walker -- The road ahead : gaps, leaks and drips / Michael J. Glennon -- Methods and means of cyber warfare / William H. Boothby -- International law and cyber threats from non-state actors / Laurie R. Blank -- Anticipatory self-defense in the cyber context / Terry D. Gill and Paul A.L. Ducheine -- The cyber road ahead : merging lanes and legal challenges / Kenneth Watkin -- Keeping the cyber peace : international legal aspects of cyber activities in peace operations / Jann K. Kleffner and Heather A. Harrison Dinniss -- Cyber warfare : implications for non-international armed conflicts / Robin Geiss -- The law of armed conflict's "wicked" problem : levée en masse in cyber warfare / David Wallace and Shane R. Reeves -- Precision air warfare and the law of armed conflict / Christopher J. Markham and Michael N. Schmitt -- Global armed conflict? : the threshold of extraterritorial non-international armed conflicts / Sasha Radin -- The Syrian intervention : assessing the possible international law justifications / Michael N. Schmitt -- Arctic climate change and U.S. accession to the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea / Raul (Pete) Pedrozo -- The Syrian crisis and the principle of non-refoulement / Mike Sanderson -- Seeking international criminal justice in Syria / Annika Jones -- The seizure of Abu Anas Al-Libi : an international law assessment / Gordon Modarai, David O'Connell, Timothy Kelly, James Farrant
Notes Blue, dark
Subject Information warfare (International law)
War (International law)
Computer networks -- Law and legislation -- Criminal provisions
Terrorism (International law)
Security, International
Corp Author Naval War College (U.S.). International Law Department


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