The Law of Naval Warfare (eBook)
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Table of contents
Foreword – Michael Noonan
The Law of Naval Warfare – Timeless Rules, Modern Challenges – Dale Stephens and Matthew Stubbs
The San Remo Manual – History, Methodology and Future Application – Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg
The Reconciliation of Legal Regimes in the Conduct of Naval Warfare – Dale Stephens
Civilians on the Water: Distinction in Attacks on Merchant Vessels – Alistair Oakes
Over the Horizon Targeting and Naval Warfare – Andrew Collingwood
Submarine Warfare – Ian Park
The Law of Maritime Blockade in the 21st Century – Phillip Drew
The Concept of Direct Participation in Hostilities in Naval Warfare – Anthony Erman
Naval Warfare Zones: Immediate Area of Operations and Maritime Exclusion Zones – Dale Stephens and Matthew Stubbs
Deception in Naval Warfare – Simon Lindsay
Intelligence Collection in Naval Armed Conflicts – Vicki McConachie and Stacey Henderson
Prisoners of War and Detention at Sea – Sophie White
The Protection of Hospital Ships and Medical Transports at Sea – Felicity Rogers
A Growing Weight on The Scale or Through a Glass Darkly? Environmental Considerations During Military Operations – Sean M Thompson
At the Edges of Peace and War: Non-Traditional Vessels in Great Power Competition and International Armed Conflict – Timothy G Boyle
Case Studies on the Law of Naval Warfare – Matthew Stubbs
Prize Courts – Their Continuing Relevance – Steven Haines and Craig Martin
Military Activities in Foreign Exclusive Economic Zones – Kent Browning and Abby Zeith
New Technologies and the Law of Naval Warfare – Melissa de Zwart
Does the Law of Naval Warfare Apply to NIACs at Sea? Well Sort of … – Rob McLaughlin
The Relevance of Australian Domestic Law to Naval Warfare – David Letts
The Potential Application of the Maritime Powers Act 2013 to Armed Conflicts at Sea – Alexandra Schaefer, Timothy Quadrio and Cameron Moore
Afterword – Peter Bowers