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Title
The law of occupation law of occupation :
Type
Text
Language
English
Classification
LCC: KZ6429 .A73 2009 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 341.6/6 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2008054721
Table Of Contents
The scope of application of the law of occupation
Sources of the law of occupation
The legislative competence of the occupying power under Article 43 of the 1907 Hague regulations
The legislative competence of the occupying power under the fourth Geneva convention
The administrative and judicial structures in occupied territory
Regulations of the economy in occupied territory
The prohibition of the destruction of enemy property in occupied territory
The prohibition of the seizure and use of public property in occupied territory
Private property in occupied territory
The protection of cultural property in occupied territory
General principles governing the protection of fundamental rights in international humanitarian law
Hostilities in occupied territory, protected persons, and participants in hostilities
Specifically prohibited acts in occupied territory
The expanding catalogue of human rights of non-derogable nature
Procedural safeguards and fair trial guarantees in occupied territory
The extraterritorial application of international human rights law in occupied territory
The applicability of the law of occupation to UN peace support operations and UN post-conflict administration
The nature of customary international humanitarian law revisited
Identifying customary IHL in occupied territories on the basis of its interplay with customary international human rights law.
Economic, social and cultural rights in occupied territory
IHL-based rights of women and children in occupied territories
Other specific IHL-based rights of individual persons in occupied territory
The relationship between international human rights law and international humanitarian law in occupied territories
The effective convergence between IHL and international human rights law in guaranteeing the right to life in situations of "Volatile Occupation".
Authorized Access Point
Arai, Yutaka, 1969- law of occupation
Authorized Access Point Variant
Arts & Humanities Research Council (Great Britain) law of occupation