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La guerre chimique et le mouvement pour sa répression (Volume 16)

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Author(s): Jonkheer W. J. M. van Eysinga, le
Jonkheer W. J. M. van Eysinga, le Keywords: Biological and chemical warfare | Biological and chemical warfare | Biological and chemical weapons | Disarmament | Mots clefs: Guerre chimique | ABSTRACT W. J. M. Van Eysinga explains in the introduction to his course that chemical warfare is the most repugnant and the most difficult manifestation of Modern Warfare at the same time. In his course, the author studies the movement for its repression, which is interesting and difficult, especially for two reasons. First of all, the ch…

Impact of New Weapons Technology on International Law: Selected Aspects (Volume 133)

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Author(s): Stein, Eric
Stein, Eric Keywords: Arms | Technology | International law | Nuclear weapons | Biological and chemical weapons | Mots clefs: Armes et munitions | Technologie | Droit international | Armes atomiques | Armes biologiques et chimiques | ABSTRACT Eric Stein, starting from the observation that modern technology contains an inherent contradiction since it can be both beneficial and malefic, dedicates his course to the impact of new armament technologies on international law. He particularly focuses on discussions related to disarmament, t…