Implementation and enforcement of international humanitarian law
The handbook of international humanitarian law
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013
Content: General. - Public opinion. - Reciprocal interests of the parties to the conflict. - Maintenance of discipline. - Reprisals. - Command responsibility. - Penal and disciplinary measures. - Reparation. - Protecting powers and their substitutes. - International fact-finding. - The international Committee of the Red Cross. - Implementation roles of the UN. - The Security Council and international humanitarian law. - Diplomatic activities. - The role of non-governmental organizations. - National implementing measures. - Dissemination of humanitarian law. - Personal responsibility of the individual.
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