The Copenhagen principles, international military operations and detentions
Bruce "Ossie" Oswald
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Journal of international peacekeeping, Vol. 17, no. 1-2, 2013, p. 116-147
The primary purpose of this article is to introduce the Copenhagen process principles and guidelines so as to better understand how they relate to detentions in military operations. The Copenhagen principles and guidelines were "welcomed" by a number of states in October 2012 and concern the taking and handling of detainees in non-international armed conflicts and peace operations.
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