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Research Handbook on International Arms Control Law

9781788111898 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Eric P.J. Myjer, Emeritus Professor of Conflict and Security Law, School of Law, Utrecht University, the Netherlands and Thilo Marauhn, Professor of Public and International Law, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Research Group Leader Public International Law, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, Germany and Professor of International Arms Control Law, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Publication Date: December 2022 ISBN: 978 1 78811 189 8 Extent: c 672 pp
This Research Handbook provides a broad yet detailed treatment of international arms control law. It takes stock of existing arms control agreements, addresses current challenges and aims to indicate avenues for the future development of this distinct branch of public international law.

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This Research Handbook provides a broad yet detailed treatment of international arms control law. It takes stock of existing arms control agreements, addresses current challenges and aims to indicate avenues for the future development of this distinct branch of public international law.

Split across nine thematic parts, this comprehensive Handbook goes beyond the pure encyclopaedic approach by providing analytical and doctrinal guidance. Chapters provide extensive analysis of international arms control law, addressing both conventional weapons and new technologies, contextualising arms control law and politics through identifying actors, forums and regulatory approaches. The impressive list of contributors also explore geographical zones of arms control including Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America.

Investigating both complex theoretical and recent practical approaches into arms control law, this Research Handbook will be an ideal read for interested students and academics as well as practitioners involved in conflict, security and international law.
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Contributors include: Masahiko Asada, Rafael Lima Asche, Giacomo Biggio, William H. Boothby, Michael Bothe, Maria Brandstetter, Stuart Casey-Maslen, Tom Coppen, Barry de Vries, Treasa Dunworth, Dieter Fleck, Robert Frau, James D. Fry, Jonathan Herbach, Una Jakob, Dan Joyner, Piet de Klerk, Marco Longobardo, Jenifer Mackby,Thilo Marauhn, Harald Müller, Eric Myjer, Saroj Nair, Mary Ellen O’Connell, Alexander Orakhelashvili, Wolfgang Richter, Laura Rockwood, Natalino Ronzitti, Marco Roscini, Paul Rusman, Mirko Sossai, Hennie Strydom, Lisa Tabassi, Judith Thorn, Ralf Trapp, Nicholas Tsagourias, Silja Vöneky, Ramses A. Wessel, Sawyer White, Zeray Yihdego
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