6 edition of Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict:Challenges Ahead found in the catalog.
July 2, 1991
Written in English
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Astrid J.M. Delissen and Gerard J. Tanja (eds), Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict Challenges Ahead: Essays in Honour of Frits Kalshoven (Nijhoff ) 3, 5; Chris af Jochnick and Roger Normand, ‘The Legitimation of Violence: A Critical History of the Laws of War’ () 35 Harvard International Law Jour 53; A.P.V. International humanitarian law would mean those rules of the law of armed conflict that are clearly humanitarian in nature, namely those that protect human beings and their essential property. 99 Consequently, the term would cover not only the Geneva Conventions but also treaty or customary law rules that, for humanitarian reasons, lay down.
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Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict: Challenges Ahead, Essays in Honour of Frits Kalshoven. Edited by Astrid J. Delissen and Gerard J. Tanja. Edited by Astrid J.
Delissen and Gerard J. Tanja. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, xxxii + pp. £Author: H. McCoubrey. Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict Challenges Ahead - Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict — Challenges Ahead — Essays in Honour of Frits Kalshoven, édité par Astrid J.
Delissen, Gerard J. Tanja, T.M.C. Asser Instituut, The Hague, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht, Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict:Challenges Ahead book, London,pp. Vol Issue Author: Denise Plattner. Humanitarian law of armed conflict: challenges ahead: essays in honour of Frits Kalshoven (Book, )  Your list has reached the maximum number of items.
Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Your request to send this item has been completed. Humanitarian law of armed conflict challenges ahead: essays in honour of Frits Kalshoven Author: Astrid J Delissen ; Fritz Kalshoven ; T.M.C.
Asser Instituut ('s-Gravenhage).English, French, Book, Illustrated edition: Humanitarian law of armed conflict: challenges ahead: essays in honour of Frits Kalshoven / edited by Astrid J.M. This text takes the reader through these essential questions of the law of armed conflict and international humanitarian law to an awareness of finer points of battlefield law.
The U.S.-weighted. While a more traditional approach to international law and armed conflict focuses on the use of force and international humanitarian law, this book incorporates other international legal regimes such as human rights law, international private law, international criminal law, environmental law, as well as regional and national legal regimes.
This book revisits, organizes and contextualizes the debate on human rights in armed conflict and explores the legal challenges, operational consequences and policy implications of resorting to. Introductory text International Humanitarian Law (IHL) can be defined as the branch of international law limiting the use of violence in armed conflicts by: sparing those who do not [ 1] or no longer [ 2] directly [ 3] participate in hostilities.
The author deals first with the classic humanitarian restrictions on the use of weapons, the principle of distinguishing between civilians and combatants, and the protection afforded women and children, then goes on to examine the restrictions on methods and means of combat imposed by existing treaty law.
One should always remember that the provisions of humanitarian law, on what constitutes lawful taking of life and on detention in armed conflict, allow for more flexibility than the rules applicable in non-conflict situations governed by other bodies of law, such as human rights law.
Introduction. We have discussed how law of armed conflict/international humanitarian law (LOAC/ IHL) consists, at least, of Hague Regulation IV, the Geneva Conventions, the Additional Protocols, customary international law, case law, and multinational treaties.
International Committee of the Red Cross, International Humanitarian Law and the Challenges of Contemporary Armed Conflicts, Report to the 31st International Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent (), pp. 14–15 Bernard, Vincent, “ Editorial: Engaging Armed Groups ” () 93 () International Review of the Red Cross Dinstein, “Siege warfare and the starvation of civilians”, in A.J.M.
Delissen and G.J. Tanja (eds), Humanitarian law of armed conflict: Challenges ahead. Essays in honour of Frits Kalshoven, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht/Boston/London,pp. See R. Abi-Saab ‘Humanitarian Law and Internal Conflicts: The Evolution of Legal Concern’ in Astrid J.
Delissen and G. Tanja (eds) Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict - Challenges Ahead: Essays in Honour of Frits Kalshoven () at Abi-Saab, Georges, ‘Humanitarian Law and Internal Conflicts: The Evolution of Legal Concern’ in Astrid J.
Delissen and Gerard J. Tanya (eds), Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict: Challenges Ahead. Essays in Honour of Frits Kalshoven (Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, ) See generally, Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict Challenges Ahead: Essays In Honour Of Frits Kalshoven (Dordrecht, Boston, London: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers) ().
See also, Studies and Essays on International Humanitarian Law and Red Cross Principles: In Honour of Jean Pictet (Geneva, The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers) ().
The law of armed conflict – also known as international humanitarian law (IHL) – is the body of international law that most clearly codifies binding standards for the prevention of displacement.
Introductory text. The general mechanisms of international law to ensure respect and to sanction violations are even less satisfactory and efficient regarding International Humanitarian Law (IHL) than they are for the implementation of other branches of international armed conflicts, they are inherently insufficient and in some cases even counter-productive.
DELISSEN Astrid J.-M., “Legal Protection of Child-Combatant after the Protocols: Reaffirmation, Development or a Step Backwards”, in Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict – Challenges Ahead, Essays in Honour of Frits Kalshoven, Dordrecht, M. Nijhoff,pp. At our law school, staff members Astrid Delissen and Gerard Tanja edited a Liber Amicorum (Humanitarian law of armed conflict: challenges ahead, ).
In he received the Henri Dunant Medal and in the San Remo Prize for the Promotion, Dissemination and Teaching of International Humanitarian Law.ABI-SAAB Georges, “Humanitarian Law and Internal Conflicts: The Evolution of Legal Concern”, in Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict Challenges Ahead, Essays in Honour of Frits Kalshoven, Dordrecht, M.
Nijhoff,pp. Already inYoram Dinstein wrote that, with the prohibition of starvation, ‘a true siege would no longer be feasible’ (see Yoram Dinstein, Siege Warfare and the Starvation of Civilians, in Astrid J.M.
Delissen and Gerard J. Tanja, Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict: Challenges Ahead, pp). This conclusion leads Dinstein to.