Geneva Conventions Part 1

Geneva Conventions Part 1

 

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First Colloquium on International humanitarian law and International Criminal Law : “The Geneva Conventions : Commemorating their Sixtieth Anniversary”
Giosa, Laura Marà­a
Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies
Volume 1, Number 1, October 2010 p.221-223

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The Red Cross and the Geneva Conventions – 60 Years On NZ Red Cross
Victoria University of Wellington Law Review
Volume 41, Number 2, August 2010 p.113

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SPECIAL TOPIC: 60 YEARS OF TH? GENEVA CONVENTIONS
Slovenian Law Review
Volume 6, 2009 p.159

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Common Article 1 of the 1949 Geneva Conventions: A Soap Bubble?
Carlo Focarelli
European Journal of International law
Volume 21, Number 1, February 2010 p.125-171

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I. THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS AND UNITED NATIONS PERSONNEL (PROLAW JOURNAL / LAW REVIEWOLS) ACT 2009: A MOVE AWAY FROM THE MINIMALIST APPROACH
Dominic McGoldrick, Sarah Williams, Michael Meyer and Charles Garraway
International and Comparative Law Quarterly
Volume 59, Number 1, January 2010 p.171-180

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Special Issue – International humanitarian law -Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Geneva Conventions
Nordic Journal of International Law
Volume 78, Number 4, 2009

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The ICJ Armed Activity Case – Reflections on States’ Obligation to Investigate and Prosecute Individuals for Serious Human Rights Violations and Grave Breaches of the Geneva Conventions
Thordis Ingadottir
Nordic Journal of International Law
Volume 78, Number 4, 2009 p.581

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Sixty years of the Geneva Conventions: Learning from the past to better face the future
Jakob Kellenberger
International Review of the Red Cross
Volume 91, Number 875, September 2009 p.613-618

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The Geneva Conventions and Public International Law
Theodor Meron
International Review of the Red Cross
Volume 91, Number 875, September 2009 p.619-625

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Happy anniversary! Or is it? 60 years of the Geneva Conventions, 60 years of war crimes
Australian Law Journal
Volume 83, Number 12, December 2009 p.798

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Special Issue: The Grave Breaches Regime in the Geneva Conventions: A Reassessment Sixty Years On – Edited by James G. Stewart
Journal of International Criminal Justice
Volume 7, Number 4, September 2009

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Special Agreements to Apply the Geneva Conventions in Internal Armed Conflicts: The Lessons of Darfur
Colin Smith
Irish Yearbook of International Law
Volume 2, 2007 p.91

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REAFFIRMING THE U.S. COMMITMENT TO COMMON ARTICLE 3 OF THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS: AN EXAMINATION OF THE ADVERSE IMPACT OF THE MILITARY COMMISSIONS ACT AND EXECUTIVE ORDER GOVERNING CIA INTERROGATIONS – The Task Force on National Security and Rule of law
Record of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York
Volume 63, Number 3, 2008 p.618

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Model Law: Geneva Conventions (Consolidation) Act
Commonwealth Law Bulletin
Volume 34, Number 4, 2008 p.879-888

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HAMDAN V. RUMSFELD: A BAD DECISION WITH THE BEST INTENTIONS – WHY THE COURT WAS WRONG IN INTERPRETING THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS AND WHAT SHOULD BE DONE
Matthew Sonn
Pace International Law Review
Volume 19, Number 2, Fall 2007 p.143

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Conference Report – 30 Years Additional ProLaw Journal / Law Reviewols to the 1949 Geneva Conventions: Past, Present and Future – 18th Conference of the Legal Advisors to the German Army and of the Representatives of the German Red Cross, 7 and 8 March 2008, Bad Mergentheim (Germany)
Konstantin Meljnik and Stefan Weiss
German Law Journal
Volume 9, Number 10, October 2008 p.1355-1368

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Constraints on the President’s Power to Interpret Common Article Three of the Geneva Conventions
Heather Sensibaugh
Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law
Volume 8, 2008 p.Article 3

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To Boldly Go Where No Signatory Has Gone Before: How the Military Commissions Act of 2006 Has Rewritten the United States’ Obligations Under the Geneva Conventions
Jason W. Hobbes
Penn State International Law Review
Volume 26, Number 2, Fall 2007 p.489

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THE ABCS OF THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS AND THEIR APPLICABILITY TO MODERN WARFARE
Lori Hosni
New England Journal of International and Comparative Law
Volume 14, Number 1, Fall 2007 p.135

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CRYSTALLISING AN EMBLEM: ON THE ADOPTION OF THE THIRD ADDITIONAL PROLAW JOURNAL / LAW REVIEWOL TO THE GENEVA CONVENTIONS
Gerrit Jan Pulles
Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law
Volume 8, 2005 p.296-319

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Beyond Reproach? The Military Commissions Act of 2006 and the Supreme Court’s Inability to Nullify Executive Interpretations of What Constitutes a Nongrave Breach of the Geneva Conventions
Boston College Law Review
Volume 48, Number 4, September 2007 p.1009

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Conclusion

Notes

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References and Further Reading

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