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Unpublished Paper
Drone Attacks, International Law, and the Recording of Civilian Casualties of armed conflict
ExpressO (2011)
  • Susan C Breau, Professor, Flinders University
Abstract

Drone attacks, international law, and the recording of civilian casualties of armed conflict is a discussion of drone attacks within the law of armed conflict with particular reference to the obligation to record civilian casualties. The discussion discusses whether the CIA drone attacks taking place in Pakistan and Yemen can be viewed within the context of an armed conflict model and views the international law obligations associated with civilian casualites of those attacks.

Keywords
  • drone attacks,
  • armed conflict,
  • civilians,
  • casualties
Disciplines
Publication Date
September 22, 2011
Citation Information
Susan C Breau. "Drone Attacks, International Law, and the Recording of Civilian Casualties of armed conflict" ExpressO (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/susan_breau/1/