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This book considers in depth the various customary and conventional legal regimes applicable to the use of anti-personnel mines. It assesses how successfully humanitarian law -- the 'vanishing point' of international law -- has managed to reduce the threat to civilians from anti-personnel mines, and identifies lessons for the future regulation of other conventional weaponry. All involved with the global effort to control and eliminate anti-personnel mines as well as the policy-makers who are concerned about the devastation resulting from the widespread deployment of these arbitrary weapons need to familiarise themselves with the information presented in this timely volume.