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A Manual of International Humanitarian Laws

 
Naorem Sanajaoba . (Editor)
Synopsis A Manual of International Humanitarian Laws, published with the academic support of the ICRC--the South Asia delegation in particular, is a basic manual for military leadership, senior officials in navy, airforce, army, police, judges, lawyers, jurists, non-state entities (rebel outfits), media, university and laws school professors and students in universities in India, South Asia and abroad. The selection is one of the best so far in the discipline. The character of armed conflicts (read also war) has changed after 1990s; however, humanitarian laws regulate conduct of belligerents, restrict and limit means and methods of warfare in the 21 century, protect civilians, non-combatants, hors de combat and other protected persons. The edited work--a significant one from an experienced and eminent professor of law and a campaigner for human rights-- in India's most volatile NE region is a must-read for every one in the west and the east, particularly South Asia. The work dwells upon the law and conventions, enforcement and accountability, the perspectives of the Humanitarian Laws-Geneva, the Hague and the UN laws and the trend.
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About the author

Naorem Sanajaoba .

Dean N. Sanajaoba of University of Gauhati, Assam (India) is a human-rights defender since early 1960s, active campaigner against colonialism of all forms, racism, facism and virulent cateism in the NE region – the most restive region of India and the World. His human rights works are Human Rights Principles & Abuses (1994). Rights of Oppressed Nations (And Peoples), 1996. Meeoibagee Haq Kunmathoishuba Chahicha (1999) and several books. Born in Manipur (b. 1945), Professor N. Sanajaoba teaches Human Rights, International Humanitarian Laws, Legal Philosophy & Jurisprudence, Administrative Law in the PG department of law as a founder-teacher since 1976 in the University of Gauhati, India. He subscribes to critical theory & critical movements in legal philosophy.

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Title A Manual of International Humanitarian Laws
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8187498889
length xxiv+776p.