The International Law of Unconventional Statecraft
Michael N. Schmitt
University of Exeter Law School; Harvard Law School (PILAC); Naval War College - Stockton Center for the Study of International Law
Andru E Wall
Stockton Center for International Law; Harvard University - Law School - Alumni
June 18, 2014
5 Harvard National Security Journal 349-376 (2014)
This article examines the law surrounding unconventional statecraft, a term used by the authors to more accurately describe what is commonly know as unconventional warfare. It focuses exclusively on public international law norms and examines such issues as intervention, the use of force, armed attack, and State responsibility. The analysis extends from humanitarian assistance to mont operations with insurgent forces.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 28
Keywords: unconventional warfare, intervention, self-defense, armed attack, use of force, state responsibility
Date posted: January 27, 2014 ; Last revised: June 17, 2014
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