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The purpose of this work is to trace the processes that led and continue to lead to the formation of the treaty norms applicable in non-international armed conflicts.
Edited by Ustinia Dolgopol and Judith Gardam
This collection is an integrated body of essays that provides a comprehensive range of viewpoints on how international legal and political mechanisms can address the catastrophic consequences of deadly conflict in today’s world. The authors are drawn from a diverse range of disciplines ...
Edited by Richard Plender
Edited by Bartha Maria Knoppers
Edited by John Carey, William V. Dunlap and R. John Pritchard
This volume shows that even democratic countries, like France but not France alone, can commit war crimes, crimes against humanity and even be accomplices in genocides. However, past crimes must be recalled and exposed, particularly if they have been hidden, covered by amnesties, and not ...
Edited by Th.A van Baarda and D.E.M. Verweij
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