New Technologies and the Law in War and Peace

New Technologies and the Law in War and Peace

Boothby, William H.

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

Policymakers, legislators, scientists, thinkers, military strategists, academics, and indeed all with an interest in understanding the future want to know how twenty-first century scientific advance is to be regulated in war and peace. This book takes numerous technologies in turn and tries to provide some of the answers.
Part I: 1. Introduction William H. Boothby; 2. Regulating new weapon technologies William H. Boothby; 3. The law on the conduct of hostilities William H. Boothby; 4. Non-LOAC governed deployment of military technologies: some regulatory touchstones Rob McLaughlin; Part II: 5. Cyber capabilities William H. Boothby; 6. Highly automated and autonomous technologies William H. Boothby; 7. Military human enhancement Ioana Maria Puscas; 8. Legal aspects of human enhancement technologies Heather A. Harrison Dinniss; 9. Human degradation technologies and international law Harry Aitken and Hitoshi Nasu; 10. Nanomaterials: a tale of two applications Kobi Leins and Diana M. Bowman; 11. Naval technologies Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg; 12. Outer space Melissa de Zwart; 13. Synthetic brain technologies: beyond artificial intelligence David P. Fidler; 14. Biometrics William H. Boothby; 15. So, what do we make of all this? William H. Boothby.
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