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The Accountability of Armed Opposition Groups in International Law

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Liesbeth ZegveldUniversiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands

ISBN13: 9780521811309
ISBN: 0521811309
Published: January 2004
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Format: Hardback
Price: £104.99
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Who is accountable under international law for the acts committed by armed opposition groups? In today's world the majority of political conflicts involve non-state actors attempting to exert political influence (such as overthrowing a government or bringing about secession). Notwithstanding their impact on the course of events, however, we often know little about these groups, and even less about how to treat their actions legally. In this award-winning scholarship, Liesbeth Zegveld examines the need to legally identify the parties involved when internal conflicts arise, and the reality of their demands for rights. Her study draws upon international humanitarian law, human rights law and international criminal law to consider a fundamental question: who is accountable for the acts committed by non-state actors, or for the failure to prevent or repress these acts? This study will be of interest to academics, postgraduate students and professionals involved with armed conflict and international relations.

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Contents:
Abbreviations; Table of treaties and declarations; Table of cases; Table of other documents; Introduction
Part I. The Normative Gap: 1. Legal restraints on armed opposition groups; 2. Substantive obligations of armed opposition groups
Part II. The Accountability Gap: 3. Accountability of group leaders; 4. Accountability of armed opposition groups as such; 5. Accountability of the State for group acts; 6. The quest for accountability revisited; Bibliography; Index.