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Goldstonerapporten: En analys av Israels militära etik utifrån teorin om ett rättfärdigt krig i modern tid.

Dervisevic, Dino LU (2011) MRSG20 20111
Human Rights Studies
Abstract
The purpose of this essay is to present the conclusions and recommendations in the Goldstone report that were given to the state of Israel, as well as presenting the state of Israel’s response and presented investigations against the allegations. Along with that, a presentation of Amnesty International’s updated assessment will be given along with its criticism towards the state of Israel due to their presented investigations and responses as well as towards the investigations and investigators themselves. The Just War Theory will also be presented along with Michael Walzer’s short comments and the theory’s relation to existing legal documents using his book “Just and Unjust Wars”. A presentation of Amos Yadlin’s and Asa Kasher’s article... (More)
The purpose of this essay is to present the conclusions and recommendations in the Goldstone report that were given to the state of Israel, as well as presenting the state of Israel’s response and presented investigations against the allegations. Along with that, a presentation of Amnesty International’s updated assessment will be given along with its criticism towards the state of Israel due to their presented investigations and responses as well as towards the investigations and investigators themselves. The Just War Theory will also be presented along with Michael Walzer’s short comments and the theory’s relation to existing legal documents using his book “Just and Unjust Wars”. A presentation of Amos Yadlin’s and Asa Kasher’s article “Assassination and Preventive Killing” will also be given as a source for the investigation regarding Israels military ethics and if the article, its theory and its writers can be related to, influence or justify the military ethics of Israel especially during the operation “Cast Lead”. A presentation of Michael Walzer’s and Avishai Margalit’s article “Israel: Civilians & combatants”, which is a criticizing response towards Adlin’s and Kasher’s article will also be given for the purpose of the discussion. (Less)
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this essay is to present the conclusions and recommendations in the Goldstone report that were given to the state of Israel, as well as presenting the state of Israel’s response and presented investigations against the allegations. Along with that, a presentation of Amnesty International’s updated assessment will be given along with its criticism towards the state of Israel due to their presented investigations and responses as well as towards the investigations and investigators themselves. The Just War Theory will also be presented along with Michael Walzer’s short comments and the theory’s relation to existing legal documents using his book “Just and Unjust Wars”. A presentation of Amos Yadlin’s and Asa Kasher’s article “Assassination and Preventive Killing” will also be given as a source for the investigation regarding Israels military ethics and if the article, its theory and its writers can be related to, influence or justify the military ethics of Israel especially during the operation “Cast Lead”. A presentation of Michael Walzer’s and Avishai Margalit’s article “Israel: Civilians & combatants”, which is a criticizing response towards Adlin’s and Kasher’s article will also be given for the purpose of the discussion.},
  author       = {Dervisevic, Dino},
  keyword      = {Israel,Goldstonerapporten,Goldstone report,Amos Yadlin,Asa Kasher,Michael Walzer,Teorin om ett rättfärdigt krig,Just War Theory,The Gaza Operations,Operation Cast Lead,Operation Gjutet Bly,jus in bello,jus ad bellum,Avishai Margalit,Israel: Civilians & Combatants,Assassination and Preventive Killing,Gaza,IDF,Amnesty International},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Goldstonerapporten: En analys av Israels militära etik utifrån teorin om ett rättfärdigt krig i modern tid.},
  year         = {2011},
}