Targeted killing is one of the most controversial topics in contemporary legal ethical and political discussion and the literature on it has grown enormously over the past decade markus gunneflos targeted killing a legal and political history is a scholarly and dispassionate contribution to that literature focusing on us and israeli . Targeted killing a legal and political history published with cambridge university press in 2016 is his first monograph dr ntina tzouvala is a laureate postdoctoral fellow with the laureate program in international law at melbourne law school. It details the legal and political issues raised in targeted killing as it has emerged in practice including questions of domestic constitutional authority the use of force in international law the law of belligerent occupation the law of targeting and human rights law. The distinctive nature of israeli and us targeted killing is analysed in terms of the compulsion of legality characteristic of the liberal constitutional state a compulsion that demands the ability to distinguish between legal targeted killing and extra legal political assassination. The detailed nature of israeli and usa specific killing is analysed when it comes to the compulsion of legality attribute of liberal constitutionalism a compulsion that calls for the power to differentiate among felony targeted killing and extra legal political assassination
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