Global and regional perspectives on international humanitarian law
Kelisiana Thynne... [et al.]
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Victoria university of Wellington law review, Vol. 41, issue 2, 2010, p. 107-288
This special issue devoted to IHL assembles articles from contributors from Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States of America who reflect on various aspects of a body of law in constant evolution, as echoed by the recent entry into force of the Clusters Munitions Convention. Recognising the significant achievements of IHL, the contributors to this issue also acknowledge the challenges associated to its implementation and point to some of the issues lying ahead.
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