Out of balance: the UK Government's efforts to understand cluster munitions and international humanitarian law

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Out of balance: the UK Government's efforts to understand cluster munitions and international humanitarian law

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Title: Out of balance: the UK Government's efforts to understand cluster munitions and international humanitarian law
Author: Rappert, Brian
Citation: Rappert, B., 2005. 'Out of balance: the UK Government's efforts to understand cluster munitions and international humanitarian law' London: Landmine Action
Publisher: Landmine Action
Date Issued: 2005-11
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10036/35217
Links: http://www.landmineaction.org/resources/Out%20of%20Balance.pdf http://www.landmineaction.org/resources/resource.asp?resID=1008
Abstract: This analysis of the UK government practices regarding cluster munitions and the implementation of international humanitarian law (IHL) reveals not just fundamental inadequacies of UK practice but also serious areas of concern for the broader IHL programme.
Type: Technical Report
Description: © Landmine Action 2005. Published version reproduced with the permission of the publisher.
Keywords: weaponscluster munitionsinternational humanitarian lawwarfareciviliansBritainUnited Kingdommilitary policy
ISBN: 9780955192302
Funders/Sponsor: Landmine Action. Report printed under a framework grant from The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund.


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