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The Basics of the Weapons Law in Armed Conflict - Eve Massingham

The Basics of the Weapons Law in Armed Conflict - Eve Massingham

Update: 2020-11-05
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In this episode, Isabelle Peart talks with Dr Eve Massingham about the operation of weapons law in armed conflict. They talk about the definition of a 'weapon', and how international law regulates them in two ways: prohibitions on specific weapons, and general prohibitions covering weapons that have certain effects. They also talk about the role that the idea of 'humanity' plays in the law of war, .

Dr Eve Massingham is a Senior Research Fellow with the School of Law, The University of Queensland. Eve's current research focuses on the diverse ways in which the law constrains or enables autonomous functions of military platforms, systems and weapons. She is the co-editor of Ensuring Respect for International Humanitarian Law (Routledge, 2020) and she has published a number of book chapters and journal articles in the fields of international humanitarian law and international law and the use of force. 

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The Basics of the Weapons Law in Armed Conflict - Eve Massingham

The Basics of the Weapons Law in Armed Conflict - Eve Massingham

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