The rapid process of technological development over the last hundred or so years has not just changed the tools with which war is fought, but has radically increased the domains in which contentions between, or within, States are played out. At the turn of the twentieth century, armed forces comprised armies or naval forces, and war was correspondingly fought either on land or at sea. Then came the development of aeroplanes and the notion of war in the air, and the evolution of law to regulate that activity.1 Thereafter man became involved with space and the...
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