International Law concerning Child Civilians in Armed Conflict

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The Bibliography below lists books, articles, and reports that are used as sources in this research, and are cited in the footnotes. Detailed information regarding sources not listed in the bibliography (such as documents of international organisations, untitled articles in journals, or newspaper cuttings), is given in the footnotes. When a footnote first refers to one of the sources included in the Bibliography, full bibliographic information is given. When reference is made to a source as a whole, pages are not cited. For repeat references, the footnote mentions only the surname of the author, date of publication, and page numbers (where relevant). Where several works by a particular author (or authors) were published in the same year, the title of the work referred to appears in abbreviated form in the footnote.

ABI-SAAB R., "Humanitarian Law and Internal Conflicts: The Evolution of Legal Concern", in A. J. M. Delissen and G. J. Tanja (eds.), Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict ( Dordrecht, 1991), 209-23.

ABRAMSON B., Children and War: A Background Paper with Recommendations for the Committee on the Rights of the Child and its Working Group on Children in Armed Conflict ( Geneva, 1992).

----- "An Enormous Challenge" 9.3/4 International Children's Rights Monitor 24 ( 1992).

----- "Children's Rights in the Age of Landmines: Part One" 11.2/3 International Children's Rights Monitor 35 ( 1994).

----- "Children's Rights in the Age of Landmines: Part Two" 11.4/12.1 International Children's Rights Monitor 25 ( 1994-5).

AHLSTRÖM C., Casualties of Conflict ( Uppsala, 1991).

AKEHURST M., "Custom as a Source of International Law" 47 BYIL 1 ( 1974-5).

AL-HAQ., Punishing a Nation: Human Rights Violations During the Palestinian Uprising, December 1987-December 1988 ( West Bank, 1988).

ALA'ALDEEN D., Death Clouds: Saddam Hussein's Chemical War Against the Kurds ( London, 1991).

ALDRICH G. H., "Establishing Legal Norms Through Multilateral Negotiation-- The Laws of War", 9 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 13 ( 1977).

----- "Compliance with the Law: Problems and Prospects", in H. Fox and M. Meyer (eds.), Armed Conflict and the New Law: Vol. II Effecting Compliance ( London, 1993), 3-14.

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ALLOTT A. N., "Legal Personality in African Law", in M. Gluckman (ed.), Ideas and Procedures in African Customary Law ( London, 1969), 179-95.

ALSTON P., "The Purposes of Reporting", in UN, Manual on Human Rights Reporting ( New York, 1991), 13-16.

----- "The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights", in UN, Manual on Human Rights Reporting ( New York, 1991), 39-77.

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