Civilian Or Combatant?

Civilian Or Combatant?

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In Civilian or Combatant?: A Challenge for the 21st Century, AnicAce Van Engeland analyzes claims that international humanitarian law has been stretched to the extremes and cannot respond to the major challenges that the world faces, in particular, when it comes to the distinction between civilians and combatants. Van Engeland responds to these claims by demonstrating that international humanitarian law was developed to protect civilians and combatants hors de combat. Van Engeland reviews case studies to illustrate and explain why the distinction between civilians and combatants is not only valid, but extremely relevant to today's challenges.There is Protocol Additional I (API), which relates to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflict; it was adopted on June 8, 1977, and entered into force on December 7, 1979. ... 1993, (S/25704), 20Library/ Statute/statute_re808_1993_en.pdf 2 Julius Stone, Legal Controls of International Conflict: ATreatise on the Dynamic of Dispute 684 (New York, Rinehart 1954).

Title:Civilian Or Combatant?
Author: Anicée Van Engeland
Publisher:Oxford University Press - 2011-03-23

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