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Journal:   JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLITICS   winter 2018 , Volume 13 , Number 34 ; Page(s) 49 To 88.
 
Paper: 

The Challenges of the Law Governing the Use of Mining in Naval Wars in the Light of New Technologies and Methods

 
 
Author(s):  SEYFI BEHZAD, Sharifi Tarazkohi Hosein*, ROHANI KARAN, NASIRI LARIMI REZA
 
* Allameh University, Tehran, Iran
 
Abstract: 
The development and extension of new technologies has led to major changes in the methods and approaches of naval warfare as well as the performance of the belligerent countries. The Naval Mine is one of the weapons that has rapidly evolved in naval weaponry systems. This has also posed a wide range of fundamental rights and ethical issues, which is necessary, their implementation challenges from the perspective of naval warfare law to be considered. The 1907 Hague Convention VIII has regulated the use of automatic subsurface contact mines, but it seems there are ambiguities and challenges over the application of other new naval mines, including controlled and infiltrated, in term of the application of the Convention in their deployment in various maritime areas during the international armed conflicts. In fact, some of these gaps and the modification and changes of the rules are due to modifications in customary international law, international humanitarian law and the law of the seas, and others result from technology development. This paper tries to evaluate different technologies of naval mines and examines the international law governing the naval warfare and naval mine warfare in the light of the law of the resorting to force and humanitarian law to express the challenges result from the development of technology over the 1907 Hague Convention VIII and principles governing the naval mine warfare and also examines the effect of the law of the seas on the application of naval mine. The research method used in the paper is an analytic-compilation method and the data collection method is library-documentary.
 
Keyword(s): Naval Mine Warfare,Humanitarian Law,Technology,Law of the Seas
 
 
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SEYFI, B., & Sharifi Tarazkohi, H., & ROHANI, K., & NASIRI LARIMI, R. (2018). The Challenges of the Law Governing the Use of Mining in Naval Wars in the Light of New Technologies and Methods. JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLITICS, 13(34 ), 49-88. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=663394



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SEYFI BEHZAD, Sharifi Tarazkohi Hosein, ROHANI KARAN, NASIRI LARIMI REZA. The Challenges of the Law Governing the Use of Mining in Naval Wars in the Light of New Technologies and Methods. JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLITICS. 2018 [cited 2021May06];13(34 ):49-88. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=663394



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SEYFI, B., Sharifi Tarazkohi, H., ROHANI, K., NASIRI LARIMI, R., 2018. The Challenges of the Law Governing the Use of Mining in Naval Wars in the Light of New Technologies and Methods. JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLITICS, [online] 13(34 ), pp.49-88. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=663394.



 
 
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