The principle of distinction and the use of weapons
Proceedings of the conference on customary international humanitarian law
[Tehran] : [Majd publications], [2009?]
While the principle of distinction may be considered as a fundamental rule of customary law, it is still debated whether the prohibition of the use of some indiscriminate weapons does constitute, - and is really recognised as - , a rule of customary international humanitarian law.
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