Mise en Œuvre Du Droit International Humanitaire, المجلد 1

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Frits Kalshoven, Yves Sandoz, Peter Macalister-Smith, Bruno Zimmermann
Nijhoff, 20‏/07‏/1989 - 472 من الصفحات
This book deals with the application & implementation of international humanitarian law applied to armed conflicts, as seen from the viewpoint of one particular country: Finland. It provides interesting, new information on the application of humanitarian law in the Finnish civil war (1918) & its aftermath (including Finnish interventions in Eastern Karelia) & in Finland's wars with the Soviet Union (1939-1940) & Germany (1944-1945). The application, implementation & dissemination of humanitarian law in peacetime are also analysed, including the implementation of the 1949 Geneva Conventions & the Additional Protocols of 1977, as well as the role of humanitarian law in Finnish peacekeeeping operations. The book addresses crucial issues concerning the place & role of humanitarian norms & principles in times of armed conflict as well as peace. It will be invaluable to international lawyers, the Red Cross movement, military practitioners & historians.

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