Civilians in War

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Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001 - History - 291 pages
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This title seeks to expand the tools available to international actors endeavouring to protect civilians in times of war. It presents a range of perspectives on the evolving norms of international humanitarian law and humanitarian actors can persuade belligerants to respect those norms.
 

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a resourceful book for all LL.B students seeking a deeper knowledge on IHL

Contents

INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW IN CONTEXT
7
The Cases of Namibia
25
CivilMilitia Relations
43
Persuading Belligerents to Comply
67
Human Rights
93
Understanding War
123
No Justice Without Peace? International Criminal
145
The Jurisprudence
165
Humanitarian Issues and Agencies as Triggers
177
The Enforcement of Humanitarian Norms
197
Humanitarian Protection
221
From Chaos to Coherence? Toward a Regime
237
List of Abbreviations and Acronyms
263
Index
279
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