By Robert Block Dante would have at been at home in Kuwait in 1991. A ...
By Frank Smyth Attitudes toward international humanitarian norms and law by the belligerents in the ...
Pillage is prohibited; requisitioning food or medical supplies is permitted if the requirements of the civilian population have been taken into account.
In war, the protection of the natural environment against widespread, long-term and severe damage is legally ambiguous.
If there is enormous loss of life, deportation may constitute genocide.
The term today is frequently applied to maritime operations undertaken at the behest of the UN Security Council.