Basic rules of the Geneva conventions and their additional protocols
In a constant state of development, international humanitarian law, which protects the victims of armed conflicts, currently consist of some 600 provisions in the Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols. In a clear and concise form, this booklet provides a handy resume of the basic rules of humanitarian law; it is preceded by a summary in seven points setting out the key elements of the law of armed conflicts.
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