Starvation as a weapon : domestic policies of deliberate starvation as a means to an end under Internatioal Law / by Simone Hutter.

In Starvation as a Weapon Simone Hutter explores, within the framework of international law, the legality of using deliberate starvation as a means to an end. A close look at modern famine shows that, in many cases, food scarcity is not the product of coincidence, but a side effect or result of a de...

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Online Access: Full Text (via ProQuest)
Main Author: Hutter, Simone (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, [2015]
Series:International humanitarian law series ; v. 46.
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Table of Contents:
  • General standards against deliberate starvation : the right to food and to humanitarian assistance
  • Situations of armed conflict : international humanitarian law.
  • Introduction. "Starvation as a weapon"; Remarks concerning the approach and the structure of this analysis
  • Part A. General standards against deliberate starvation: the right to food and to humanitarian assistance. Introduction; Relevant normative frameworks; Prohibition of deliberate starvation
  • Part B. Situations of armed conflict: international humanitarian law. Introduction; Application of international humanitarian law; Prohibition of deliberate starvation
  • Part C. Conclusion. Two frameworks as a starting position; Harmonisation; Food for thought.