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Hello! This is my outline for International Humanitarian Law (IHL), also called Law of War or Law of Armed Conflict. It covers all the main topics in detail, including when a state can lawfully use force, international armed conflicts, non-international armed conflicts, belligerent occupation, targeting, means and methods of war, protected persons and objects, prisoners of war and civilian detainees, humanitarian aid, international criminal accountability, and the interaction of IHL and human rights law.

It is well-organized, making clear which laws apply to international versus non-international conflicts, and includes citations to the relevant sources of law. It should be useful for anyone seeking to understand the laws of war, either for in-class use, analyzing case studies, or—the reason I made the outline—for acing an exam.

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International Humanitarian Law / Law of Armed Conflict Outlines

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  • This product contains 9 documents
  • Approximately 63 pages

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  • Grade: Dean’s Scholar Prize
  • Institution: Harvard Law School (unaffiliated)
  • Country: United States
  • Level: Juris Doctor

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