Respect for IHL
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There are several aspects to reviewing the role of punishment in ensuring greater respect for international humanitarian law. First, the question of improving compliance with the law; second, focus on the punishment itself; and third, characteristics of the perpetrators.
30-06-2008 | International Review of the Red Cross | Anne-Marie La Rosa
This article was first published in (2006) African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law, pp 1 – 16 and reproduced with the kind authorization of the editors.
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