armed conflict

21st Century Conflict: Can the Law Survive?21st Century Conflict: Can the Law Survive?
Some commentators claim the pressure has already caused the normative superstructure to collapse, while others assert that it remains largely unshaken st As is usually the case, the truth lies between the two extremes
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Human rights committeeHuman rights committee
Russian-Ukrainian border, and crossed it, probably by accident, at the unmarked section This is despite the fact that these Russian soldiers were detained in the territory of Donbas in the armed conflict zone about 15 kilometers into the
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Galina Oustinova-Stjepanovic Sibiu/ September, 2007Galina Oustinova-Stjepanovic Sibiu/ September, 2007
Although many Turks migrated to Turkey or geographically Western countries, especially after the Second World War, some Turkish communities persisted. Now, there are around 170 000 to 200 000 Turks living in Macedonia
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Outline Chapter 31: The End of the Cold War and the Challenge of Economic Development and Immigration, 1975–2000Outline Chapter 31: The End of the Cold War and the Challenge of Economic Development and Immigration, 1975–2000
The success of the Cuban Revolution both energized the revolutionary left throughout Latin America and led the United States to organize its political and military allies in Latin America in a struggle to defeat communism
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Protection of civilians in armed conflictProtection of civilians in armed conflict
Photo on Front Cover 2015/Reuters. A man assists an injured child following a suicide attack launched by Anti-Government Elements on 18 April 2015, in Jalalabad city, Nangarhar province, which caused 158 civilian casualties
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Organized Crime in Central America: The Northern TriangleOrganized Crime in Central America: The Northern Triangle
Central America. The international community has begun to address the burgeoning crisis and commit significant resources to the fight against crime and violence
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*E. J. I. L. 741 Abstract*E. J. I. L. 741 Abstract
A human rights law of internal armed conflict: the European Court of Human Rights in Chechnya
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Living commentaryLiving commentary
Article 38 – Living Commentary – Rachel Harvey, Children and Armed Conflict Unit, Children’s Legal Centre June 2002
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By Lilah S. RosenblumBy Lilah S. Rosenblum
Colombia that compromises the human rights of the Colombian people. This paper seeks to apply internationally recognized human rights norms to U. S. Colombia policy to demonstrate the deleterious effects of this policy on the human rights situation
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A broad examination of the military aspects of the earliest phase of the agrarian insurrection in theA broad examination of the military aspects of the earliest phase of the agrarian insurrection in the
León, Cuencamé’s insurgents (as the Brigada Juárez and Brigada Ceniceros of Pancho Villa’s Division del Norte) fought the armies of former Constitutionalist allies like Domingo Arrieta, Pablo González
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General Assembly Distr.: GeneralGeneral Assembly Distr.: General
Comprehensive report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on Sri Lanka
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Amnesty International usa afghanistan issue brief day 2 of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence 2011 Afghan women’s rights must not be lost in transitionAmnesty International usa afghanistan issue brief day 2 of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence 2011 Afghan women’s rights must not be lost in transition
We all want stability and peace, but not at the price of women’s rights. We’re told that women’s rights are a development issue, not a security issue. But women’s rights are part of what the fighting is all about.”
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