Title Do the Geneva Conventions matter? / edited by Matthew Evangelista and Nina Tannenwald.
Imprint Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press, 2017.©2017
Author Evangelista, Matthew. editor.
Tannenwald, Nina. editor.
Date 01-01-2017
Physical description xii, 362 pages ; 25 cm
text
volume
Item 341.6 DOT (Copy 1) MAIN-MONO 314645 INLIBRARY
Major subject Geneva Conventions
Wars
Human rights
Minor subject Mercenary troops
LCSH International law and human rights.
War (International law)
Military law.
Geneva Conventions
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9780199379781
Contents Assessing the effects and effectiveness of the Geneva Conventions / Nina Tannenwald -- The origins and evolution of the 1949 Geneva Conventions and the 1977 additional protocols / Giovanni Mantilla -- The struggle to fight a humane war : the United States, the Korean war, and the 1949 Geneva Conventions / Sahr Conway-Lanz -- America, the 1949 Geneva Conventions, and war crime courts-martial in the Vietnam conflict / Gary D. Solis -- Geneva Convention compliance in Iraq and Afghanistan / Elizabeth Grimm Arsenault -- The French army and the Geneva Conventions during the Algerian war of independence and after / Raphaëlle Branche -- Russia, Chechnya, and the Geneva Conventions, 1994-2006 : norms and the problem of internalization / Mark Kramer -- The application of international humanitarian law by the Israel defence forces : a legal and organizational analysis / Amichai Cohen and Eyal Ben-Ari -- Noncompliance with the Geneva Conventions in the wars of Yugoslav secession / R. Craig Nation -- "Be Karbala Miravim! : Iran or the challenges of internalizing international humanitarian law in a Muslim country / Anicée Van Engeland -- Private military and security companies / Renée de Nevers -- The Geneva Conventions : do they matter in the context of peacekeeping missions? / Siobhán Wills -- How the Geneva Conventions matter / Matthew Evangelista.
LCN 1206583
Item ID 314645
Database Library Catalogue