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Key Developments Affecting the Scope of Internal Armed Conflict in International Humanitarian Law

Cullen, Anthony

2005

Abstract

This article's objective is to examine the concept of internal armed conflict, focusing on four stages of its development in international humanitarian law. Specifically, this article analyzes the areas of continuity and divergence between each stage, highlighting changes in the scope of the concept and in the threshold for the application of international humanitarian law.
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