The Law Against War. by Olivier Corten, Second edition, Hart Publishing, Oxford 2021
Originally based on a collection of articles and book chapters, the book has become a staple for anyone working in this field. Written in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks and the Iraq intervention in 2003, the first edition was put together when the UN Charter framework on the use to force was subject to attack in a manner unforeseen since 1945. Twelve years later, challenges persist, both in state practice and in legal doctrine. In Corten’s view, however, the UN Charter regime has generally withstood the barrage of attacks. Läs presentationen.
Läs även Mats Björkenfeldts recension av boken på den här sajten.
Lyssna på intervju med Olivier Corten.