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Call # KZ6368 .O55 2011
Author Okimoto, Keiichiro
Title The distinction and relationship between jus ad bellum and jus in bello / Keiichiro Okimoto
Imprint Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart, 2011
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Descript. xl, 389 p. ; 25 cm
Series Studies in international law ; v. 33
Studies in international law (Oxford, England) ; v. 33
Note "Explores the distinction and relationship between two principal branches of international law regulating the use of force: jus ad bellum (international law regulating the resort to force) and jus in bello (international humanitarian law)"--Book jacket
Includes bibliographical references (p. [301]-329) and index
Summary/Abstract "Explores the distinction and relationship between two principal branches of international law regulating the use of force: jus ad bellum (international law regulating the resort to force) and jus in bello (international humanitarian law)"-- Book jacket
Subject Intervention (International law)
Humanitarian law
OCLC # 743255731
707230244
Table of Contents
 Prefacev
 List of Abbreviationsxi
 Table of Casesxv
 Table of Treaties and Other Instrumentsxix
1.Introduction1
2.Background and Principles Governing the Relationship between Jus ad Bellum and Jus in Bello6
I.Introduction to jus ad bellum and jus in bello7
A.What are jus ad bellum and jus in bello?7
B.General distinction between jus ad bellum and jus in bello9
II.Three principles governing the relationship between jus ad bellum and jus in bello12
A.Can the application of jus in bello be affected by jus ad bellum?12
B.Principle of the separation between jus ad bellum and jus in bello14
C.Principle of the equal application of jus in bello to the conflicting parties25
D.Principle of the concurrent application of jus ad bellum and jus in bello31
E.Relationship among the three principles35
III.Three principles in contexts other than the use of force in self-defence36
A.Threshold of application of jus ad bellum and jus in bello37
B.Use of force under Chapter VII of the UN Charter38
C.Non-international armed conflict40
D.Armed conflict of a mixed character42
IV.Conclusions42
3.Distinction and Relationship between the Law of Self-defence and IHL44
I.Àrmed attack' and àrmed conflict'44
A.Distinction and relationship between àrmed attack' and àrmed conflict'44
B.Simultaneous existence of an armed attack and an international armed conflict and the equal application of IHL51
II.Role of the principle of proportionality and IHL in the conduct of self-defence58
A.Distinction and relationship between the principle of proportionality in the law of self-defence and IHL59
B.Jus ad bellum and jus in bello constraints on the conduct of self-defence80
III.Principle of necessity in jus ad bellum and jus in bello91
A.Principle of necessity in the law of self-defence91
B.Military necessity in IHL and the differences with the principle of necessity in the law of self-defence93
IV.Reprisals in jus ad bellum and jus in bello99
A.Reprisals in jus ad bellum100
B.Reprisals in IHL and the complementary nature of the prohibitions on the two kinds of reprisals102
V.Conclusions112
4.Distinction and Relationship between Chapter VII Measures and IHL115
I.Different nature of Chapter VII use of force compared to self-defence115
II.Chapter VII of the UN Charter and IHL118
A.Legal basis for the Security Council to deal with issues related to IHL118
B.Can Chapter VII decisions prevail over IHL pursuant to Article 103 of the UN Charter?123
C.Distinction and relationship between t̀hreat to the peace'/'breach of the peace'/'act of aggression' and àrmed conflict'129
D.Role of Security Council resolutions in the beginning and the end of the application of IHL137
III.Security Council resolutions and IHL149
A.Overview of the Security Council resolutions relating to IHL149
B.Specific issues arising from Security Council resolutions related to IHL161
IV.Military enforcement measures under Chapter VII of the UN Charter and IHL164
A.Two types of UN forces authorised under Chapter VII164
B.Jus ad bellum constraints on the use of force by UN forces169
C.Jus in bello constraints on the use of force by UN forces184
 Applicability of IHL to state-led UN forces185
 Applicability of IHL to UN-commanded forces188
D.Specific issues pertaining to the relationship between Chapter VII use of force and IHL194
 Means and methods of warfare194
 Protection of civilians198
 Protection and facilitation of relief personnel and consignments208
 Detention213
 Occupation225
V.Non-military enforcement measures under Chapter VII and IHL239
A.Arms embargoes and IHL242
B.Economic sanctions/restrictions on certain means of transportation and IHL246
VI.Conclusions254
5.Particular Problems in Non-international Armed Conflict257
I.Equal application of jus in bello in non-international armed conflict258
A.Applicability of IHL to armed groups259
B.Judicial guarantees obligations260
II.Intervention by foreign armed forces or armed groups and mixed armed conflict267
A.Intervention by foreign armed forces or armed groups267
B.Mixed armed conflict288
III.Conclusions295
6.Conclusions296
 Bibliography301
I.Primary materials301
II.Secondary materials310
Annex 1United Nations Security Council Resolutions Relevant to IHL331
Annex 2United Nations Security Council Resolutions Reflecting Customary Rules of IHL359
 Index379