Ensure respect of international humanitarian law by armed groups in non-international armed conflict : what may or may not other states do
[S. l.] : [s. n.], December 2006
86 f. ; 30 cm
Master's thesis in International Humanitarian Law, University Center for International Humanitarian Law, [Geneva], 2006. Bibliographie : p. 75-87
Ouvrage en 7 parties: 1. Introduction. 2. Nature and scope of non international armed conflict. 3. Nature and scope of application of common article 1. 4. Limits and consequences related to the operalization of common article 1 by other states in relation to armed groups. 5. Practical operalization of the obligation to ensure respect in common article by other states. 6. Proposal for a new mechanism for implementation of IHL. 7. Various measures and strategies to be employed by other states - depending on certain criteria.
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