FEASIBLE PRECAUTIONS: A LEGAL STUDY IN THE STABLE AND VARIABLE CONCEPT UNDER THE INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2021, Volume 10, Issue Issue 37 part 2, Pages 598-629
AbstractUndoubtedly during the hostilities, whether in International or non-International armed conflicts, may be accompanied by many violations against the civilian population or civilian objects.In this regard, it necessary to have controls that govern the behavior of combatants, and enforce restrictions or prohibit certain methods and means of combat within the provisions of IHL.This article will examine the concept of Feasible Precautions if is stable and clear or needs scrutiny and proof? Also, the article will examine the nature of these precautions, are they of one nature, or multiple? Finally, the article will search for the main elements of those precautions.Regarding with answer these issues, the article will be dividing into two sections as follows:The first section: the concept and nature of feasible precautions.
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