Neutrality in Contemporary International Law

 
 
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 3. Mai 2020
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  • 340 Seiten
 
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978-0-19-106028-1 (ISBN)
 
The law of neutrality - the corpus of legal rules regulating the relationship between belligerents and States taking no part in hostilities - assumed its modern form in a world in which the waging of war was unconstrained. The neutral State enjoyed territorial inviolability to the extent that it adhered to the obligations attaching to its neutral status and thus the law of neutrality provided spatial parameters for the conduct of hostilities. Yet the basis on which the law of neutrality developed - the extra-legal character of war - no longer exists. Does the law of neutrality continue to survive in the modern era? If so, how has it been modified by the profound changes in the law on the use of force and the law of armed conflict? This book argues that neutrality endures as a key concept of the law of armed conflict. The interaction between belligerent and nonbelligerent States continues to require legal regulation, as demonstrated by a number of recent conflicts, including the Iraq War of 2003 and the Mavi Marmara incident of 2010. By detailing the rights and duties of neutral states and demonstrating how the rules of neutrality continue to apply in modern day conflicts, this restatement of law of neutrality will be a useful guide to legal academics working on the law of armed conflict, the law on the use of force, and the history of international law, as well as for government and military lawyers seeking comprehensive guidance in this difficult area of the law.
  • Englisch
  • Oxford
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  • Großbritannien
  • 1,16 MB
978-0-19-106028-1 (9780191060281)
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Dr James Upcher is a lecturer in law at Newcastle Law School, Newcastle University. He has worked in private practice in a wide range of international law disputes, including disputes before the International Court of Justice and the Permanent Court of Arbitration. He also acts as a consultant on a wide range of international law issues for governments and non-governmental organisations.
  • Intro
  • Halftitle page
  • Series page
  • Title page
  • Copyright page
  • Foreword
  • Modest, Discerning, and a Loyal Friend
  • A Charismatic Scholar
  • A Committed Practitioner
  • General Editors' Preface
  • Note from the Publisher
  • Contents
  • Table of Cases
  • List of Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • 1. Neutrality Yesterday and Today
  • 2. Types of Neutrality in International Law Distinguished
  • 3. Outline of the Book
  • 1. Neutrality, Non-Belligerency, and the Prohibition of the Use of Force
  • 1. The 'State of War' Doctrine and Recognition
  • 2. The State of War Doctrine in The Early Twentieth Century
  • 3. The Application of Neutrality and the Prohibition of War
  • 4. Neutrality as an Optional Status
  • 5. Conclusion
  • 2. The Application and Termination of Neutrality
  • 1. The Threshold of Applicability of Neutrality
  • 2. The Termination of Neutrality
  • 3. Conclusion
  • 3. The Duties and Rights of Neutrals
  • 1. The Concept of Impartiality
  • 2. The Duty of Abstention from Hostilities
  • 3. Duties of Prevention: General
  • 4. Duties of Prevention in Naval Warfare
  • 5. Duties of Prevention on Land
  • 6. Duties of Prevention in Aerial Warfare
  • 7. Other Neutral Duties
  • 8. The Rights Of Neutrals
  • 9. Conclusion
  • 4. Neutrality and the UN Charter
  • 1. UN Operations and the Law of Armed Conflict
  • 2. The UN Charter and the Law of Neutrality
  • 3. The Law of Neutrality and UN Non-Forcible Measures
  • 4. The Nature and Framework of UN Military Operations
  • 5. UN Military Operations and the Law of Neutrality
  • 6. Conclusion
  • 5. The Exercise of Belligerent Rights Against Neutrals
  • 1. The UN Charter and Belligerent Rights
  • 2. The Law of Self-Defence and Neutrals
  • 3. The Law of Contraband
  • 4. The Law of Blockade
  • 5. The Law of Exclusion Zones
  • 6. Conclusion
  • Conclusion
  • Annex: The Historical Development of Neutrality
  • 1. The Emergence of Prize Law
  • 2. The Appearance of Neutrality in Doctrine
  • 3. Neutrality and Jealousy of Trade
  • 4. Neutrality in the Nineteenth Century
  • 5. Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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