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Political Consequences of the International Humanitarian Law Legal Vacuum: Hybrid Warfare in Ukraine

Student: Petr Pantiushkin

Supervisor: Lorenzo Sasso

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

The international humanitarian law is limited in times of the hybrid warfare, especially with the involving of the powerful states. This paper is an attempt to evaluate the political outcomes of the legal gaps in the international humanitarian law, based on the hybrid warfare in Ukraine. With the notion that IHL can be a political process, it estimates the reasons and consequences of the legal gaps in IHL from the position of the IHL being a political process.

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