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This index presents a list of names , terms , concepts and cities that occur in this book titled The contemporary law of targeting : military objectives, proportionality, and precautions in attack under additional protocol I . This is a book about the law that applies when peace has failed and armed forces are engaged in conflict. It is fundamentally about the lawful use of force in an armed conflict, against whom and against what may force be used, and the precautions that must be taken in employing that force. The book provides a contemporary and detailed analysis of the law concerning targeting that applies to Australia, and thereby to provide a solid foundation for decision making by military commanders confronted with complex targeting decisions.

Keywords: armed conflict; Australia; lawful target; military commanders



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