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“Spock was wrong” - global student views on Head-of-State and regime assassination as a means of avoiding collateral civilian damage in armed conflicts.

Bohlander, Michael and Rothe, Dawn L. (2012) '“Spock was wrong” - global student views on Head-of-State and regime assassination as a means of avoiding collateral civilian damage in armed conflicts.', in The global community : yearbook of international law and jurisprudence 2010. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 69-127. Global community: yearbook of international law and jurisprudence., 1

Abstract

Investigates, as a follow-up to a previous pilot study, student attitudes to head-iof-stae or regime assassination as an alternative to civilian collateral damage in full-scale armed conflict. Universities involved were from the US, UK, Germany, China and Egypt.

Item Type:Book chapter
Keywords:Head-of-state, Regime, Assassination, Collateral damage, Armed conflict.
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Publisher Web site:https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-global-community-yearbook-of-international-law-and-jurisprudence-2010-9780199976690?lang=en&cc=gb#
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Date deposited:No date available
Date of first online publication:2012
Date first made open access:No date available

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