‘Direct Participation in Hostilities’

in Tilburg Law Review
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This is the text of a lecture, presented by Professor Yoram Dinstein at Tilburg University, outlining some key aspects of international humanitarian law as regards the principle of distinction; the principle of proportionality; direct participation in hostilities; drones; human shields; and private military contractors.

‘Direct Participation in Hostilities’

in Tilburg Law Review