On the doctrinal origins of ius in bello : from rights of war to the laws of war
Universality and continuity in international law
The Hague : Eleven international, 2011
Jus in bello, humanitarian law or law of armed conflict are the three expressions that are used interchangeable to designate the law applicable in warfare although their import is not quite the same. The author takes a look back on classical writings on the law of armed conflict to explain the notions each expression entails and how they were developed.
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