Zalidis Vasileios
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    Zalidis Vasileios

    Research Grant Holder
    Department of Balkan, Slavic & Oriental Studies

    Academic Area

    International Law

    Curriculum Vitae
    Academic Titles

    2022:  Ph.D in International Law, Law School, Democritus University of Thrace

    2016:  LL.M. in International Law, Law School, Democritus University of Thrace

    2012: LL.B. in International and European Studies, Panteion University of Athens

    2003: LL.B Degree, Department of Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

    Research Interests

    History and Theory of International Law

    Law of War (International Humanitarian Law)

    Law on Inter-State Use of Force (Jus ad Bellum)

    International Criminal Law

    Military Law

    Negotiation and Conclusion of Military Agreements


    • LAW OF WAR


    Department Abbreviation


    Course Outlines

    The course introduces to the basic principles of the Law of War. The Law of
    War, otherwise known as Law of Armed Conflict or International Humanitarian
    Law, is one of the oldest thematic branches of International Law that seeks to
    balance military priorities when engaging in armed conflict with humanitarian
    concerns for those who are impacted by military operation. In this context, a
    wide range of customary and conventional rules are listed, which restrict
    generally the choice of means and methods of warfare, and protect those not
    taking a direct part in hostilities. Τhe course uses examples from past, but
    also ongoing armed conflicts, in order to be understood that even an
    inherently violent and anarchic situation - such as war - in which the very
    existence of humanity is at stake, may be regulated through legal rules.

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