From jus in bello to jus commune humanitatis : the interface of human rights law and international humanitarian law in the regulation of armed conflicts
International law for common goods : normative perspectives on human rights, culture and nature
Oxford ; Portland : Hart, 2014
The purpose of this chapter is to analyze the interface between human rights law and international humanitarian law in the context of armed conflict - particularly through an assessment of the relevan case-law - in order to ascertain the current status and future perspectives of the never-ending struggle of the international legal movement aimed at humanizing the conduct of war.
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