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The Fission and Fusion in International Use of Force: Relating Unlawful Use of Force and the War Crime of Disproportionate Force Not Justified By Military Necessity
(Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, 2016)
The cardinal principle governing jus in bello demands a distinction between combatants and civilians and authorizes the attack of the former. In essence, loss of civilian life is prohibited unless it occurs within the ...