This is a teaching supplement on the interface of international humanitarian law (IHL) and international criminal law (ICL). It is designed for use primarily in a course on ICL, but could also be assigned in an IHL course as well. It is part of a series being generated by the Emory International Humanitarian Law Clinic and the International Committee of the Red Cross to enable the teaching of the law of armed conflict in other substantive courses.
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