A Global Battlefield? Drones and the Geographical Scope of Armed Conflict

Journal of International Criminal Justice, 2013, Forthcoming

23 Pages Posted: 7 Feb 2013  

Noam Lubell

University of Essex - School of Law

Nathan Derejko

University of Essex - School of Law

Date Written: November 25, 2012

Abstract

The primary focus of this paper is on the legal implications of the geographical disjunction between the location of drone strikes and the primary battlefields for the application of international humanitarian law.

Keywords: law of armed conflict, IHL, drones, targeted killing

Suggested Citation

Lubell, Noam and Derejko, Nathan, A Global Battlefield? Drones and the Geographical Scope of Armed Conflict (November 25, 2012). Journal of International Criminal Justice, 2013, Forthcoming. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2212185

Noam Lubell (Contact Author)

University of Essex - School of Law ( email )

Colchester, Essex CO43SQ
United Kingdom

Nathan Derejko

University of Essex - School of Law ( email )

Colchester, Essex CO43SQ
United Kingdom

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