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Specific Armed Conflicts

In International humanitarian law treaties

International humanitarian law (IHL) is based on a number of treaties, in particular the Geneva Conventions of 1949 and their Additional Protocols, and a series of other instruments.

Victims of Armed Conflicts Treaties

  • Hague Convention on Hospital Ships, 1904, 21.12.1904
  • Hague Convention (XI) on Restrictions of the Right of Capture, 1907, 18.10.1907
  • Final Act of the Geneva Conference, 1949, 12.08.1949
  • Geneva Convention (I) on Wounded and Sick in Armed Forces in the Field,1949, 12.08.1949
  • Geneva Convention (II) on Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked of Armed Forces at Sea, 1949, 12.08.1949
  • Geneva Convention (III) on Prisoners of War, 1949, 12.08.1949
  • Geneva Convention (IV) on Civilians, 1949, 12.08.1949
  • Resolutions of the Diplomatic Geneva Conference, 1949, 12.08.1949
  • Teheran Resolution on Human Rights in Armed Conflict, 1968, 12.05.1968
  • United Nations Resolution on Human Rights in Armed Conflicts, 1968, 19.12.1968
  • Final Act of the Diplomatic Geneva Conference, 1974-1977, 10.06.1977
  • Additional Protocol (I) to the Geneva Conventions, 1977, 08.06.1977
  • Annex (I) Additional Protocol (I), as amended in 1993, 30.11.1993
  • Annex (I) Additional Protocol (I), 1977, 08.06.1977
  • Annex (II) Additional Protocol (I), 1977, 08.06.1977
  • Additional Protocol (II) to the Geneva Conventions, 1977, 08.06.1977
  • Resolutions of the Diplomatic Geneva Conference, 1974-1977, 10.06.1977
  • Convention on the Rights of the Child, 1989, 20.11.1989
  • Optional Protocol on the involvement of children in armed conflict, 2000, 25.05.2000
  • Additional Protocol (III) to the Geneva Conventions, 2005, 08.12.2005

MPEPIL: Specific armed conflicts

Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (MPEPIL) list of articles of this subject (Specific armed conflicts).

List of articles pertaining to this subject:

1. Afghanistan, Conflict, Afsah, Ebrahim
2. Angola, Winkelmann, Ingo
3. Badinter Commission (for the Former Yugoslavia), Fitzmaurice, Malgosia
4. Biafra Conflict, Lahmann, Henning
5. Bonn and Paris Agreements on Germany (1952 and 1954), Schorkopf, Frank
6. Boundary Settlements of Germany after World War II, Khan, Daniel-Erasmus
7. Brest-Litovsk, Peace of (1918), Boniece, Sally A
8. Cambodia Conflicts (Kampuchea), Keller, Lucy
9. Camp David Accords (1978), Quigley, John B
10. Casamance Conflict, Panara, Carlo
11. Chechnya, Grant, Thomas D
12. Compensation for Personal Damages Suffered during World War II, Hofmann, Rainer
13. Congo, Democratic Republic of the, Philipp, Christiane E
14. Côte d’Ivoire, Kouassi, Adome Blaise
15. Crimean War (1853-56), Schieder, Theodor
16. Croatia, Sersic, Maja
17. Cuban Missile Crisis, Munton, Don and Rennie, Elizabeth
18. Dawes Plan (1924) and Young Plan (1930), Fleck, Dieter
19. Dogger Bank Incident (1904), Irmscher, Tobias H
20. Eritrea, Wiesner, Verena
21. Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission, Klein, Natalie
22. Gacaca Courts, Hankel, Gerd
23. Goa, Conflict, Dixit, RK
24. Gran Chaco Conflict (1928-35), Marotta Rangel, Vicente
25. Guantánamo, Detainees, Sassà²li, Marco
26. Hague Peace Conferences (1899 and 1907), Baker, Betsy
27. Haiti, Conflict, Leininger, Julia
28. International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Pocar, Fausto
29. International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Pocar, Fausto
30. Iraq-Kuwait War (1990-91), Schmitt, Michael N
31. Iraq, Invasion of (2003), Heintschel von Heinegg, Wolff
32. Iraq, Non-Fly Zones, Wood, Michael
33. Iraqi Special Tribunal, Newton, Michael A
34. Israel, Occupied Territories, Rubin, Benjamin
35. Kashmir, Rüder, Tilmann J
36. Korean War (1950-53), Constantin, Dana
37. Kosovo (Advisory Opinion), Wilde, Ralph
38. Laos, Tavakoli, Bijan
39. Macedonia, Wood, Michael
40. Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact (1939), Zimmermann, Dominik
41. Neuilly Peace Treaty (1919), Stürchler, Nikolas
42. Northern Ireland, Grote, Rainer
43. Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Kassim, Anis F
44. Peace Settlements after World War II, Arndt, Felix
45. Peace Treaties (1947), von Puttkamer, Ellinor
46. Peace Treaties after World War I, Lesaffer, Randall and Linden, Mieke van der
47. Peace Treaties with Bulgaria, Hungary, and Romania, Interpretation of (Advisory Opinions), Jakab, András
48. Peace Treaty with Japan (1951), Hayashi, Mika
49. Potsdam Conference (1945), Frowein, Jochen A
50. Rapallo Treaty (1922), Stoelken-Fitschen, Ilona
51. Reparations after World War II, d’Argent, Pierre
52. Rwanda, Adjovi, Roland and Knust, Nandor
53. Serbia, Basta Fleiner, Lidija and Djeric, Vladimir
54. Shatt al Arab, Moschtaghi, Ramin
55. Sidra, Gulf of, Marsit, Mohamed Mouldi
56. Sierra Leone, Meisenberg, Simon M
57. Somalia, Conflict, Schmidt, Jan Peter
58. South Ossetia, NuàŸberger, Angelika
59. St Germain Peace Treaty (1919), Pichon, Jakob
60. Sudan, Bückenfürde, Markus
61. Taliban, Philipp, Christiane E
62. Tibet, Davis, Michael C
63. United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), Kittrie, Orde F
64. Vietnam, Hopt-Nguyen, Nhu Dung
65. Wars of National Liberation, Glazier, David W
66. Yalta Conference (1945), Couzigou, Irène
67. Yugoslavia, Dissolution of, Oeter, Stefan

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International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Refugees, Treaties.

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