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Military professionalism and humanitarian law the struggle to reduce the hazards of war yishai beer challenges the unacceptable gap between the positive rules of the international law governing armed hostilities and actual state practice to reduce human sufferingget this from a library military professionalism and humanitarian law the struggle to reduce the hazards of war yishai beer this book challenges the unacceptable gap between the positive rules of the international law governing armed hostilities and actual state practice it discusses reducing the human suffering caused military professionalism and humanitarian law the struggle to reduce the hazards of war yishai beer abstract this book seeks to revitalize the humanitarian mission of the international law governing armed conflict which is being frustrated due to states actual practice in order to achieve its two aimscreating an environment in which military professionalism and humanitarian law the struggle to reduce the hazards of war yishai beer isbn 9780190881146 this book challenges the unacceptable gap between the positive rules of the international law governing armed hostilities and actual state practice it discusses reducing the human suffering caused by this reality the current law does not seem to be optimal in yishai beers military professionalism and humanitarian law the struggle to reduce the hazards of war is an outstanding study in which the author aims to contextualize and examine the gap between the positive rules of humanitarian law and actual state practice in armed conflicts and the damages caused by this gap focusing on the necessity

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