Unreliable Protection: An Experimental Study of Experts’ In Bello Proportionality Decisions

The proportionality principle is an international humanitarian law requirement intended to constrain the use of military force in order to protect civilians in armed conflicts. Steven De Wijze assesses the reliability of its application by legal and moral experts (in 11 countries), by military officers (in two countries) and by laypeople.

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