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International Humanitarian Law

International Humanitarian Law According to the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC), international humanitarian law (IHL) is a compendium and compilation of rules which limit the effect of armed conflicts upon people

Countering Terrorism: Legal Challenges

Countering Terrorism: Legal Challenges Although Pakistan’s military operations against terrorism have been remarkable from a military standpoint, overlapping laws, poorly drafted legislation and troubled court system has proved to diminish their success. The

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Publication Launch On International Humanitarian Law And Preventive Detention

Publication Launch on International Humanitarian Law and Preventive Detention A publication launch was recently held on International Humanitarian Law and Preventive Detention by the Conflict Law Centre, Research Society of International Law


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Conflicts Not of an International Character and the Applicable Law

Conflicts Not of an International Character and the Applicable Law ABSTRACT The International humanitarian law (IHL) recognizes two categories of armed conflict: international armed conflict (IAC) and non-international armed conflict (NIAC). A