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Dale Stephens
Dale Stephens
Professor, The University of Adelaide Law School
Verified email at adelaide.edu.au - Homepage
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Human rights and armed conflict-The advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice in the nuclear weapons case
D Stephens
Yale Hum. Rts. & Dev. LJ 4, 1, 2001
802001
Rules of Engagement and the Concept of Unit Self Defense
D Stephens
Naval L. Rev. 45, 126, 1998
561998
The impact of the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention on the conduct of peacetime naval/military operations
DG Stephens
Cal. W. Int'l LJ 29, 283, 1998
511998
The law of armed conflict: a contemporary critique.
MW Lewis, D STEPHENS
Melbourne Journal of International Law 6 (1), 55-85, 2005
382005
The lawful use of force by peacekeeping forces: the tactical imperative
D Stephens
International Peacekeeping 12 (2), 157-172, 2005
302005
Legal Aspects of the Contemporary Naval Mine Warfare
DG Stephens, MD Fitzpatrick
Loy. LA Int'l & Comp. LJ 21, 553, 1999
221999
Behaviour in war: The place of law, moral inquiry and self-identity
D Stephens
International Review of the Red Cross 96 (895-896), 751-773, 2014
162014
Conflicts in space: international humanitarian law and its application to space warfare
D Stephens, C Steer
Annals of air and space law 40, 1-32, 2015
112015
Counterinsurgency and stability operations: a new approach to legal interpretation
D Stephens
US Naval War College, International Law Studies (Blue Book) Series 86, 289-321, 2010
112010
The legal efficacy of freedom of navigation assertions
D Stephens
International Law Studies 80 (1), 10, 2006
112006
International organizations in education
MD Stephens
Routledge, 2021
92021
The space (innovation) race: The inevitable relationship between military technology and innovation
M De Zwart, D Stephens
Melbourne Journal of International Law 20 (1), 1-28, 2019
92019
The age of lawfare
D Stephens
Israel Yearbook on Human Rights, Volume 41 (2011), 49-81, 2011
92011
Military involvement in law enforcement
D Stephens
International review of the Red Cross 92 (878), 453-468, 2010
92010
‘Flying Under the Radar'—The Use of Lethal Force Against Hijacked Aircraft: Recent Australian Developments
S Bronitt, D Stephens
Oxford University commonwealth law journal 7 (2), 265-277, 2007
92007
Rules of Engagement and the Concept of Unit Self Defence’(1998)
D Stephens
Naval Law Review 45, 126, 0
9
Roots of restraint in war: The capacities and limits of law and the critical role of social agency in ameliorating violence in armed conflict
D Stephens
Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies 10 (1), 58-75, 2019
62019
The international legal implications of military space operations: examining the interplay between International Humanitarian Law and the outer space legal regime
D Stephens
62018
Increasing militarization of space and normative responses
D Stephens
Recent Developments in Space Law, 91-106, 2017
52017
To arrest or not to arrest the incumbent head of state: the Bashir case and the interplay between law and politics
J Petrovic, D Stephens, V Nastevski
Monash UL Rev. 42, 740, 2016
52016
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