The Law of Internal Armed Conflict

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Index
Abi-Saab, Georges, 100–101, 106, 119–120, 190, 191
Additional Protocol I
Algeria, 69, 71
belligerent reprisals, 242
customary law, 90
Former Yugoslavia, 79–80
Gulf Conflict, 47
national liberation, 89–90, 99, 102
territorial control, 106
Additional Protocol II
aims, 91
application, 14, 91–92, 97–98, 99–109
belligerent reprisals, 240
binding nature for insurgents, 96–99
Bosnia-Herzegovina, 125–127
Chechnya, 127–131
and common Article 3, 52, 95, 96–97, 100–103
customary law, 108–109, 136, 143–144, 165
drafting process, 91–96
El Salvador, 120–122, 131
human rights, 109, 133
humane treatment, 110–115
humanitarian relief, 95, 118–119
ICRC activity, 95
intervention, 109–110
jus cogens,109
methods and means of warfare, 94, 117–118
protection of civilians, 94, 116–119
reciprocity, 86, 107–108
Rwanda, 122–125
territorial control, 38, 105–106
wounded, sick and shipwrecked, 115–116
Afghanistan, 44, 51, 69, 84, 120, 257–258, 260
Africa
colonialism, 1
human rights, 268–271
African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights, 268, 269–271
Ago, Roberto, 140
Aldrich, George H., 242, 244
Algeria
acceptance of common Article 3, 66, 71–72, 78
application of common Article 3, 72–74
casualties, 69, 72–73
character of armed conflict, 69–71
Commission de Sauvegarde des
Droits et des Libertés Individuels, 74
ICRC activity, see ICRC
Ambos, Kai, 172, 175
Amnesty, 67, 99
Amnesty International, 114, 178
Angola, 84, 104, 120, 146, 259
Annan, Kofi, 1
Armed conflict
definition, 25, 32–34, 42–45, 88, 91, 101
existence, 5–6, 14–16, 34–43, 45, 167
geographical location, 9, 31
intensity, 4, 15, 39, 43, 106–107
internationalised, 46–52, 69–71
parties to, 39–40, 103–105
Armed forces
definition, 104–105
governmental use, 38–40

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