Evidence, Commentary, and Judgment

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3.3.3 Use of Single Weapon on Land

Assuming that a small detonation was made in a remote pass before enemy troops could reach the area and that prevailing winds did not blow fallout over the territory of neighbouring countries the only breach of the law is that of poisoning of the environment. In reality it is very difficult to envisage all such eventualities being fulfilled and such use would be most likely to breach the neutrality of any neighbouring countries, to kill civilians, and to be indiscriminate use.

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