This book provides an introduction to the study of international humanitarian law for students, practitioners and anyone seeking to understand this area of law. It is written by an expert in international law who has had to depend on the functioning of the law in the heat of ongoing armed conflicts for his own protection and to protect other civilian victims of war. It does this through tools that include a basic summary of the history of international humanitarian law; a concise and easy to understand description of the most important principles of international humanitarian law; and exercises to help you understand the law and to assist teachers in conveying the meaning of the law in practice. ISBN: 978-0-97435-706-5, Paperback US$24.99 plus postage.
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