Civilians in War
This title seeks to expand the tools available to international actors endeavouring to protect civilians in times of war. It presents a range of perspectives on the evolving norms of international humanitarian law and humanitarian actors can persuade belligerants to respect those norms.
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INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW IN CONTEXT
The Cases of Namibia
Persuading Belligerents to Comply
No Justice Without Peace? International Criminal
Additional Protocol agreement Akayesu amnesty Angola areas armed conflict armed groups armies autodefensas belligerents Bosnia civil civil-militia relations civilian populations Colombia combatants Commission committed compliance concerns context crimes detainees East Timor economic effective efforts enforcement established ethnic FARC Geneva Conventions genocide guerrilla Hague Haiti Haitian human rights abuses human rights field human rights violations humanitarian intervention humanitarian issues humanitarian protection ICRC ICRC’s insurgents international community International Criminal Court international humanitarian law International Law involved Koevoet Kosovo laws of war MICIVIH military action militia mission Mozambique Namibia negotiations NGOs noncombatants norms officers organizations parties peacekeeping political prison prosecution protect civilians protection of civilians rape refugees regime regional RENAMO Report resolution response rights field operations role Rwanda SC Res Secretary-General Security Council sexual violence Sierra Leone situation soldiers South African SWAPO tion tional Trial Chamber Tribunal UNITA United Nations UNOMSIL