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Introduction to International Humanitarian Law By Curtis FJ Doebbler
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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... More > 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.< Less
Introduction to International Humanitarian Law By Curtis FJ Doebbler
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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... More > 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.< Less
The Intervention Debate: Towards A Posture of principled judgment By John Garofano, Strategic Studies Institute
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Deciding when and how to use force is one of the central elements of strategy. Throughout American history, debate has raged over whether force is appropriate only in defense of the homeland and... More > vital national interests or whether it should also be used to promote more expansive objectives like regional security and stopping humanitarian disasters in regions with few tangible U.S. interests. The 1990s showed the extremes of this issue. In the George H. Bush administration, Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Colin Powell both advocated restrictive conditions for the use of force, with tangible interests at stake, clear support from the American people and Congress, and an explicit exit strategy. In the Clinton administration, officials such as National Security Advisor Anthony Lake and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright supported a more expansive use of force in places like the Balkans.< Less
All In Diary -5th edition By Linda Richardson and Gill Price
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Essential guide to humanitarian good practice. This 5th edition of All In Diary is packed full of the most up-to-date information and recommendations for further reading.
All In Diary - 5ème édition française By Linda Richardson and Gill Price
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Guide essentiel pour les bonne pratiques humanitaires . Cette 5ème édition de All In Diary est rempli de l'information la plus à jour et des recommandations pour davantage de... More > lecture .< Less
All In Diary - 5ª edición-español By Linda Richardson and Gill Price
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Guía esencial para las buenas prácticas humanitarias. Esta 5 ª edición de All In Diary está repleta de la información más actualizada y recomendaciones... More > para la lectura adicional.< Less
FM 13-19.40 By DoD/US Army
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Field Manual (FM) 3-19.40 depicts the doctrinal foundation, principles, and processes that MP will employ when dealing with enemy prisoners of war (EPWs), civilian internees (CIs), US military... More > prisoner operations, and MP support to civil-military operations (populace and resource control [PRC], humanitarian assistance [HA], and emergency services [ES]).< Less
A.I.D.E.N.N. The Android Robot By Douglas DeHaven, James DeHaven
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Dr. James could not forsee what his various humanitarian experiments would lead up to. AIDENN, his newest creation, would come to have a profound impact on not only his own life, but to all of... More > mankind as well. Is it possible? You the reader will decide as current scientific principles are weaved into this intriguing story. Co-Authored with my son Douglas DeHaven< Less
Chasing Utopia By Jennifer Wood
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In 2018 the world was thrown into a recession so severe that governments could not work out a solution. Desperation and poverty inspired social networks to create a world that ran on the principles... More > of anarchism. This was ended only by the rise of CorpGroup, an Eastern initiative that created the new Eco-World Order. Through a series of encounters, the boundaries of time are erased to offer a captivating insight into the complications of love and friendship. Jess Rivington and the people in her life offer a contrasting account of the world we know and life after the tipping point. In a population which believes segregation is fundamental to their development, there is no desire to question the underlying principles of the Eco-World Order. Jess alone must challenge the system and rescue the man she loves by ending his days as a white slave in another District. In persuading modern society that there is still a place for humanitarian assistance, she must prepare to lose everything.< Less
Chasing Utopia By Jennifer Wood
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In 2018 the world was thrown into a recession so severe that governments could not work out a solution. Desperation and poverty inspired social networks to create a world that ran on the principles... More > of anarchism. This was ended only by the rise of CorpGroup, an Eastern initiative that created the new Eco-World Order. Through a series of encounters, the boundaries of time are erased to offer a captivating insight into the complications of love and friendship. Jess Rivington and the people in her life offer a contrasting account of the world we know and life after the tipping point. In a population which believes segregation is fundamental to their development, there is no desire to question the underlying principles of the Eco-World Order. Jess alone must challenge the system and rescue the man she loves by ending his days as a white slave in another District. In persuading modern society that there is still a place for humanitarian assistance, she must prepare to lose everything.< Less