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National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review Volume 1 - Summer 2011 By National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review
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University of Miami National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review 2010-2011 Journal
National Security and Armed Conflict Law Journal By Vol. 2 - Summer 2012
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Untainted by Conflict By Frank Streek
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The background to this story is the sad history of African blood or conflict diamonds traded for arms notably in Angola. There South Africa supported an anti-Communist rebel leader, Dr Jonas Savimbi,... More > until it was known that he traded in blood diamonds. Unfortunately for him and good for South Africa’s diamond industry, a large cache of diamonds was seized by a South African team motivated by the initiative of a German arms dealer with ties to South Africa.< Less
Combat and Conflict By Jason Vey
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Elf Lair games presents volume 2 of the REVISED OLD SCHOOL EDITION of Spellcraft & Swordplay! Combat and Conflict presents all the rules you need to play the game. It features all errata from... More > the first and second printings incorporated, revised rules that remove holdovers from older games, all still in that slick old-school format! Give your game a REAL old school shot in the arm with the REVISED OLD SCHOOL EDITION!< Less
Mothers in Arms By Various Authors
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This project began with a photograph of four women: Marina Pena, Salvadoran Director of the Share Foundation; her daughter Shatnam; Tania Gochez, professional translator and communication consultant;... More > and her daughter Delfi. Both Tania and Marina had been FMLN combatants in the civil conflict ending in 1992. Seeing them with their arms around their daughters, the same age now as many women were when they “went to the mountains” to join the guerilla forces, made these authors wonder what kind of world these mothers feel they are bequeathing to their daughters and whether they believe that their sacrifices during the war have made the world a better place for the next generation of women.< Less
Mothers in Arms By Various Authors
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This project began with a photograph of four women: Marina Pena, Salvadoran Director of the Share Foundation; her daughter Shatnam; Tania Gochez, professional translator and communication consultant;... More > and her daughter Delfi. Both Tania and Marina had been FMLN combatants in the civil conflict ending in 1992. Seeing them with their arms around their daughters, the same age now as many women were when they “went to the mountains” to join the guerilla forces, made these authors wonder what kind of world these mothers feel they are bequeathing to their daughters and whether they believe that their sacrifices during the war have made the world a better place for the next generation of women.< Less
Conflict Resolution in North Korea By Farrukh Khan
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The division of Korea was the result of the presence of the Russian and American armed forces in two separate parts of the Korean Peninsula when Japan surrendered at the end of the Second World War.... More > However, the Korean War started when North Korea felt that it could reunite the Korean Peninsula by force and invaded the South with backing from its Chinese and Russian communist allies. It was only after the United States of America had involved itself in the war that it was possible for the South Koreans to reassert their right to self-determination. However, the Korean War in which the North had sent 66,000 tanks to invade the South was to see Chinese forces fighting against the Americans with more than half a million dead only on the Chinese side. This essay presents a discussion about a strategy for the resolution of the North Korean problem to bring about lasting peace that will be best for the world.< Less
Conflict Resolution in North Korea By Farrukh Khan
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The division of Korea was the result of the presence of the Russian and American armed forces in two separate parts of the Korean Peninsula when Japan surrendered at the end of the Second World War.... More > However, the Korean War started when North Korea felt that it could reunite the Korean Peninsula by force and invaded the South with backing from its Chinese and Russian communist allies. It was only after the United States of America had involved itself in the war that it was possible for the South Koreans to reassert their right to self-determination. However, the Korean War in which the North had sent 66,000 tanks to invade the South was to see Chinese forces fighting against the Americans with more than half a million dead only on the Chinese side. This essay presents a discussion about a strategy for the resolution of the North Korean problem to bring about lasting peace that will be best for the world.< Less
The Distinction between International and Non –International Armed Conflict in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law By Farrukh Khan
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A distinction used to exist in the traditional view of humanitarian law of armed conflict between international and non – international armed conflict. The previously mentioned observation is... More > supported by the fact that the Additional Protocols to the Geneva Convention of 1949 dealt separately with international conflict and non – international conflict. Additional Protocol I dealt with international conflict, but Additional Protocol II dealt with non – international conflicts. However, as a result of the evolution in international human rights law, practical lessons that have been learnt from both international and non – international conflicts and opinio juris as well as the opinions of international organisations, the distinction between international and non – international conflicts is now much blurred. This essay presents a discussion about the distinction between international and non – international conflict in contemporary international humanitarian law.< Less
The Distinction between International and Non –International Armed Conflict in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law By Farrukh Khan
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A distinction used to exist in the traditional view of humanitarian law of armed conflict between international and non – international armed conflict. The previously mentioned observation is... More > supported by the fact that the Additional Protocols to the Geneva Convention of 1949 dealt separately with international conflict and non – international conflict. Additional Protocol I dealt with international conflict, but Additional Protocol II dealt with non – international conflicts. However, as a result of the evolution in international human rights law, practical lessons that have been learnt from both international and non – international conflicts and opinio juris as well as the opinions of international organisations, the distinction between international and non – international conflicts is now much blurred. This essay presents a discussion about the distinction between international and non – international conflict in contemporary international humanitarian law.< Less

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