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Customary International Humanitarian Law: Volume 1. Rules

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ISBN13: 9780521808996
ISBN: 0521808995
Published: February 2005
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print
Paperback edition , ISBN13 9780521005289

Customary International Humanitarian Law, Volume I: Rules is a comprehensive analysis of the customary rules of international humanitarian law applicable in international and non-international armed conflicts. In the absence of ratifications of important treaties in this area, this is clearly a publication of major importance, carried out at the express request of the international community. In so doing, this study identifies the common core of international humanitarian law binding on all parties to all armed conflicts.

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Public International Law
Foreword by ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger; Foreword by Judge Abdul G. Koroma; Foreword by Yves Sandoz; Authors' note; Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction
Part I The Principle of Distinction:; 1 Distinction between Civilians and Combatants (Rules 1-6); 2 Distinction between Civilian Objects and Military Objectives (Rules 7-10); 3 Indiscriminate attacks (Rules 11-13); 4 Proportionality in attack (Rule 14); 5 Precautions in attack (Rules 15-21); 6 Precautions against the effects of attacks (Rules 22-24)
Part II. Specifically Protected Persons and Objects:; 7 Medical and religious personnel and objects (Rules 25-30); 8 Humanitarian relief personnel and objects (Rules 31-32); 9 Personnel and objects Involved in a Peacekeeping Mission (Rule 33); 10 Journalists (Rule 34); 11 Protected zones (Rules 35-37); 12 Cultural property (Rules 38-43); 13 Works and Installations Containing Dangerous Forces (Rule 44); 14 The Natural Environment (Rules 45-47)
Part III. Specific Methods of Warfare:; 15 Denial of quarter (Rules 48-50); 16 Destruction and seizure of property (Rules 51-54); 17 Starvation and access to humanitarian relief (Rules 55-59); 18 Deception (Rules 60-68); 19 Communication with the enemy (Rules 69-72)
Part IV. Weapons:; 20 General principles (Rules 73-75); 21 Poison (Rule 76); 22 Nuclear weapons; 23 Biological weapons (Rule 77); 24 Chemical weapons (Rules 78-80); 25 Expanding bullets (Rule 81); 26 Exploding bullets (Rule 82); 27 Weapons primarily Injuring by Non-detectable Fragments (Rule 83); 28 Booby-traps (Rule 84); 29 Landmines (Rules 85-87); 30 Incendiary weapons (Rules 88-89); 31 Blinding laser weapons (Rule 90)
Part V. Treatment of Civilians and Persons Hors de Combat:; 32 Fundamental guarantees (Rules 91-106); 33 Combatants and prisoner-of-war status (Rules 107-109); 34 The wounded, sick and shipwrecked (Rules 110-112); 35 The dead (Rules 113-117); 36 The missing (Rule 118); 37 Persons Deprived of Their Liberty (Rules 119-129); 38 Displacement and Displaced Persons (Rules 130-134); 39 Other Persons with Specific Needs (Rules 135-138)
Part VI. Implementation:; 40 Compliance with International Humanitarian Law (Rules 139-143); 41 Enforcement of International Humanitarian Law (Rules 144-148); 42 Reparation (Rules 149-151); 43 Individual responsibility (Rules 152-157); 44 War crimes (Rules 158-163).