International Humanitarian Law Part 21

International humanitarian law Part 21

 

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CRIMES AGAINST CHILD SOLDIERS IN ARMED CONFLICT SITUATIONS: APPLICATION AND LIMITS OF International humanitarian law
Sarah L. Wells
Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law
Volume 12, Spring 2004 p.287

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International humanitarian law : Origins (J. CAREY, W.V. DUNLAP & R.J. PRITCHARD) – International Humanitarian Law : Challenges (J. CAREY, W.V. DUNLAP & R.J. PRITCHARD)
Louise Tsang
International Journal of Legal Information
Volume 32, Number 3, Winter 2004 p.650

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345

International – Belgium’s Amendment To The Law of June 15, 1993 (As Amended by the Law of February 10, 1999 and April 23, 2003) Concerning the Punishment of Grave Breaches of Humanitarian Law
Indian Journal of International Law
Volume 44, Number 1, January-March 2004 p.167

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346

International Humanitarian Law in the Courts of the United States: Yamashita, Filartiga, and 911
Ralph G. Steinhardt
George Washington International Law Review
Volume 36, Number 1, 2004 p.1

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REPARATIONS DECISIONS AND DILEMMAS
Naomi Roht-Arriaza
Hastings International and Comparative Law Review
Volume 27, Number 2, Winter 2004 p.157

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The International Bill of Rights declares a right to a remedy for violations of human rights. States are obliged to provide remedies for violations, both as a matter of treaty law and as part of the general rules of state responsibility. The U.N. Human Rights Commission and its Subcommission have formulated draft Basic Principles and Guidelines on the Right to a Remedy and Reparation for Victims of Violations of International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (Principles), which outline restitution, rehabilitation, compensation and satisfaction as interlinked but distinct obligations on states. In addition, the statute of the newly-created International Criminal Court allows for individual offenders to pay reparations to victims. And yet, few reparations have actually been paid in the wake of mass atrocities. This article will consider some of the difficulties in thinking about reparations after mass atrocities, both in general and approaches.

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‘Savage Wars of Peace?’ International Law and the Dilemmas of Humanitarian Intervention
James Upcher
Deakin Law Review
Volume 9, Number 1, 2004 p.261

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349

Controlling the Use of Force: A Role for Human Rights Norms in Contemporary Armed Conflict
Kenneth Watkin
American Journal of International Law
Volume 98, Number 1, January 2004 p.1

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Increasingly, the use of force during armed conflict is being assessed through the perspective of human rights law, as a result of the overlap between the paradigms of criminal law enforcement and International humanitarian law . Situations of noninternational armed conflict, occupation, and terrorism are especially suited to the application, with some adjustment, of the better developed human rights accountability principles to ensure that there are no gaps in humanitarian protection.

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The Kosovo Crisis: Humanitarian Imperative versus International Law
Emily Schroeder
Fletcher Forum of World Affairs
Volume 28, Number 1, Winter 2004 p.179

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Emily Schroeder evaluates the legal and political implications of NATO’s 1999 bombing of Kosovo, drawing lessons for Iraq and beyond.

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Belgium Reneges on Universality: The 5 August 2003 Act on Grave Breaches of International humanitarian law
Luc Reydams
Journal of International Criminal Justice
Volume 1, Number 3, December 2003 p.679-689

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352

Is there an Obligation on States to Accept International Humanitarian Assistance to Internally Displaced Persons under International Law?
Katja Luopajarvi
International Journal of Refugee Law
Volume 15, Number 4, October 2003 p.678-714

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353

International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law – Rene Provost
Lyal S. Sunga
Hong Kong Law Journal
Volume 33, Part 3, 2003 p.705

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354

Normativity in International Law: The Case of Unilateral Humanitarian Intervention
Daphné Richemond
Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal
Volume 6, 2003 p.45

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355

The United States, International Humanitarian Law and the Prisoners at Guantanamo Bay
Catherine Moore
International Journal of Human Rights
Volume 7, Number 2, Summer 2003 p.1-27

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356

Legitimate Humanitarian Intervention Under International Law in the Context of the Current Human Rights and Humanitarian Crisis in Burma (Myanmar)
Jeremy Sarkin & Marek Pietschmann
Hong Kong Law Journal
Volume 33, Part 2, 2003 p.371

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357

International Humanitarian Law: Its Remarkable Development and its Persistent Violation
Dietrich Schindler
Journal of the History of International Law
Volume 5, Number 2, 2003 p.165

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358

Principles of Direct and Superior Responsibility in International Humanitarian Law, by Ilias Bantekas (Ed.)
BING BING JIA
International Criminal Law Review
Volume 3, Number 3, 2003 p.279-283

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359

Interesting Times for International Humanitarian Law: Challenges from the “War on Terror”
Gabor Rona
Fletcher Forum of World Affairs
Volume 27, Number 2, Summer/Fall 2003 p.55

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International humanitarian law is fine-as long as it is appreciated for what it is rather than criticized for what it is not. Legal advisor to the International Committee of the Red Cross probes the idea of whether humanitarian law is applicable to the War on Terror and argues that the values of human security and the Rule of law enshrined in the Geneva Conventions should be upheld.

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United Nations Military Operations and International Humanitarian Law: What Rules Apply to Peacekeepers?
Ray Murphy
Criminal Law Forum
Volume 14, Number 2, June 2003 p.153-194

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361

Symposium: Current Pressures on International Humanitarian Law
Yale Journal of International Law
Volume 28, Number 2, Summer 2003

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362

The Liability of Non-State Actors for Torture in Violation of International Humanitarian Law: An Assessment of the Jurisprudence of the ICTY
Rachel Lord
Melbourne Journal of International Law
Volume 4, Number 1, May 2003 p.112

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Conclusion

Notes

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