Countering Hybrid Eco-threats to Global Security Under International Law: The Need for an Comprehensive Legal Approach

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Authors: Bachmann, S. and Sanden, J.

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10991-013-9135-y?no-access=true

Journal: Liverpool Law Rev (2013)

Volume: 33

Issue: 3

Pages: 261-289

Publisher: Springer

ISSN: 0144-932X

DOI: 10.1007/s10991-013-9135-y

Threats to environmental security (‘eco-threats’) face not only shortcomings of environmental protection during hostilities under the Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC). Considering the new ‘Hybrid Threat’ concept, which had recently been discussed by NATO, the authors recognise from the perspective of International Law the need for adopting a comprehensive legal approach towards such threats. The International Environmental Law, the International Humanitarian Law and the Customary International Law show some shortcomings to tackle the new challenge. In the focus is the rule of law, in particular the principle of proportionality, which can play a role when countering such threats and legal rules can have a positive effect on the international community’s ability to act

This source preferred by Sascha-Dominik Bachmann

Authors: Bachmann, S. and Sanden, J.

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10991-013-9135-y?no-access=true

Journal: Liverpool Law Rev (2013)

Volume: 33

Issue: 3

Pages: 261-289

Publisher: Springer

ISSN: 0144-932X

DOI: 10.1007/s10991-013-9135-y

Threats to environmental security (‘eco-threats’) face not only shortcomings of environmental protection during hostilities under the Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC). Considering the new ‘Hybrid Threat’ concept, which had recently been discussed by NATO, the authors recognise from the perspective of International Law the need for adopting a comprehensive legal approach towards such threats. The International Environmental Law, the International Humanitarian Law and the Customary International Law show some shortcomings to tackle the new challenge. In the focus is the rule of law, in particular the principle of proportionality, which can play a role when countering such threats and legal rules can have a positive effect on the international community’s ability to act

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Authors: Sanden, J. and Bachmann, S.D.

Journal: Liverpool Law Review

Volume: 34

Issue: 3

Pages: 261-289

eISSN: 1572-8625

ISSN: 0144-932X

DOI: 10.1007/s10991-013-9135-y

Threats to environmental security ('eco-threats') face not only shortcomings of environmental protection during hostilities under the Law of Armed Conflict. Considering the new 'Hybrid Threat' concept, which had recently been discussed by NATO, the authors recognise from the perspective of International Law the need for adopting a comprehensive legal approach towards such threats. The International Environmental Law, the International Humanitarian Law and the Customary International Law show some shortcomings to tackle the new challenge. In the focus is the rule of law, in particular the principle of proportionality, which can play a role when countering such threats and legal rules can have a positive effect on the international community's ability to act. © 2013 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.

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