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2013 Law of Armed Conflict Deskbook International and Operational Law Department The United States Army Judge Advocate Generals Legal Ce

2013 Law of Armed Conflict Deskbook

International and Operational Law Department The United States Army Judge Advocate Generals Legal Ce

Published March 14th 2013
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Kindle Edition
247 pages
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This Law of Armed Conflict Deskbook is intended to replace, in a single bound volume, similar individual outlines that had been distributed as part of the Judge Advocate Officer Graduate and Basic Courses and departmental short courses. Together withMoreThis Law of Armed Conflict Deskbook is intended to replace, in a single bound volume, similar individual outlines that had been distributed as part of the Judge Advocate Officer Graduate and Basic Courses and departmental short courses. Together with the Operational Law Handbook and Law of Armed Conflict Documentary Supplement, these three volumes represent the range of international and operational law subjects taught to military judge advocates. These outlines, while extensive, make no pretence of comprehensively covering this complex area of law. Our audience is the beginning and intermediate level practitioner- our hope is that this material will provide a solid foundation upon which further study may be built.The proponent of this publication is the International and Operational Law Department, The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School (TJAGLCS). Send comments and suggestions to TJAGLCS, International and Operational Law Department, 600 Massie Road, Charlottesville, VA 22903-1781. Our phone number is (434) 971-3370- our administrative assistant will connect you with the author for the particular chapter.This Deskbook is not a substitute for official publications. Similarly, it should not be considered to espouse an “official” position of the U.S. Army, Department of Defense, or U.S. Government. While every effort has been made to ensure that the material contained herein is current and correct, it should be remembered that these are merely a collection of teaching outlines, collected, bound, and distributed as a matter of instructional convenience, intended only to introduce students to the law and point them to primary sources of that law. Accordingly, the only proper citation to a substantive provision of this Deskbook should be for the limited proposition of how the Army JAG School teaches its judge advocate students