Abbreviations, Short Titles, and
Archive References
1. Abbreviations
AECAtomic Energy Commission
AmJILAmerican Journal of International Law
AP1, AP2Additional Protocols 1 and 2 ( 1977)
BYILBritish Yearbook of International Law
CBWChemical and Biological Warfare
CDDHConférence Diplomatique sur le Droit Humanitaire ( 1974-7)
GAGeneral Assembly (of the United Nations)
GCGeneva Convention
HCPHigh Contracting Party
ICJInternational Court of Justice
ICLQInternational and Comparative Law Quarterly
IGOInter-Governmental Organization
IHLInternational Humanitarian Law
IMTInternational Military Tribunal
ILCInternational Law Commission
ICRCInternational Committee of the Red Cross
IRRCInternational Review of the Red Cross
NGONon-Governmental Organization
OASOrganization of American States
PASILProceedings of the American Society of International Law
POWPrisoner of War
PPProtecting Power
PRPublic Relations
UDHRUniversal Declaration of Human Rights ( 1948)

Short Titles (of books often referred to)
Bothe, Partsch, and SolfMichael Bothe, Karl Josef Partsch, and Waldemar Solf, New Rules for Victims of Armed Conflicts (Nijhoff, The Hague, etc., 1982).
Final RecordFinal Record of the Diplomatic Conference of Geneva of 1949,3 vols., the 2nd in two parts A and B (Federal Political Dept., Berne, n.d.)
Official Commentarythe ICRCs Commentary on the Additional Protocols of 8 June 1977 . . . (Nijhoff and the ICRC, Geneva, 1987). Yves Sandoz, Christophe Swinarski, and BrunoZimmerman are listed as editors, but so many other names appear with equal prominence on the title-page, it is not clear which of them would head the poll in a library catalogue.

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