The first and only monograph written in english on the legal status of espionage in international law the authors examine espionage from four different perspectives human rights diplomatic law territory and the law of war. International law and espionage examines four major areas of public international law freedom of information and human rights diplomacy territory and armed conflict a detailed analysis is given of their theoretical and practical connection to the practice of espionage. International humanitarian law ihl does not declare espionage outright illegal however as with any war practice it does not condone it either ihl places great importance on transparency of the affiliation of combatants and the status of other participants in war. The arguments for and against the legality of espionage in state practice each have varying interpretations of the un charter and other sources of international law and the following analysis intends to investigate these interpretations and determine the forms of espionage that violate international law are potentially permissible under international law or remain virtually unaddressed by
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