By Jean Van Hamme, Ted Benoît, Edgar Pierre Jacobs
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75 Law (London: Stevens, 1959), pp. Â€264. Â€C. Â€J. Maddox, Weapons for Victory: The Hiroshima Decision Fifty Years Later (Columbia: University of Missouri, 1995), p. Â€P. Nanda and D. Krieger, Nuclear Weapons and the World Court (New York: Transnational Publishers, 1998), pp. 30–3, 35. But see W. Wilson, ‘The myth of nuclear deterrence’, Nonproliferation Review 15 (2008), 421–39 at 421–7; W. Wilson, Five Myths About Nuclear Weapons (Boston: Harcourt, 2013), pp. 21–52. 74 That they might have been unlawful in bello is a separate proposition altogether.
E. mandatory non-use). At no point, however, was jus ad bellum relevantly involved in this development. Tellingly, both promises of non-use and no first use of nuclear weapons were made at weapon-specific fora primarily concerned with nonproliferation and disarmament, respectively. Conclusion This chapter shows that the prospects of jus ad bellum comprehensively outlawing use of nuclear weapons appear distinctly limited. This limitation emanates from the fact that jus ad bellum concerns itself with the function of force rather than its form, and that the possibility of nuclear weapons being used in compliance with necessity and proportionality cannot be ruled out in all conceivable circumstances.
19, 119–20, 123, 173–4. Â€230–1, 233–4, 267–8. Â€W. Â€ Praeger, 1958), pp. Â€B. Â€149–55. Â€150. Â€96,Â€108. Â€144. 32 Using force by means of nuclear weapons 21 thoroughness with which the defending state would be expected to assess them, would in general increase or decrease with the amount of room for assessment that it had before deciding to resort to force. The more distant the attack is into the future, the less urgent it will be for the defending state to choose to use force in response, and the more carefully it will be expected to make that choice.
Blake et Mortimer, tome 13 : L'affaire Francis Blake by Jean Van Hamme, Ted Benoît, Edgar Pierre Jacobs