The Role of the State in the Implementation of International Humanitarian Law
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2022, Volume 11, Issue issue 40 part 2, Pages 259-283
AbstractStates are one of the actors in the implementation of international humanitarian law, which is one of the mechanisms working on the implementation of international humanitarian law as well as international organizations and, The ratification of the Geneva Conventions and the Additional Protocols is only a first step in the implementation of international humanitarian law. The implementation of its rules and their respect by all States parties, as well as non-state actors, requires the State to make further efforts in this regard. Effective mechanisms to ensure the implementation of international humanitarian law were one of the objectives of the Geneva Conventions of 1949, as well as the Additional Protocols of 1977. These mechanisms are interlinked between international mechanisms and national mechanisms. We will focus on the statement of national mechanisms and their effectiveness in implementing the law. International humanitarian situation in times of peace and war and its role in reducing violations of international humanitarian law.
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