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International Humanitarian Law

Emily Crawford, University of Sydney, Alison Pert, University of Sydney

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This clear and concise textbook provides an accessible and up-to-date examination of international humanitarian law. With the aid of detailed examples, extracts from relevant cases, and useful discussion questions, students are expertly guided through the text. A recommended reading list is included in every chapter to support deeper engagement with the material. Emerging trends in theory and practice are also explored, allowing readers to build on their knowledge and grapple with some of the biggest challenges facing the law of…

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  • Case studies and other real-life examples illustrate how the law is observed in practice
  • Each chapter and subject is contextualized with relevant historical, social, and political background, to help students better understand how international humanitarian law regulates the conduct of participants in armed conflict
  • Chapter introductions and end-of-chapter reading lists support further understanding of the subject

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