The ABA Presents: International Humanitarian Law Sourcebook (Law of Armed Conflict)

Now available from the ABA’s Center for Human Rights: International Humanitarian Law Sourcebook (Law of Armed Conflict)

This book is a comprehensive compilation of the major source documents of International Humanitarian Law.  This ready-reference will be invaluable to lawyers, policymakers, military leaders, nongovernmental organizations and academics around the world.

Available for purchase here.

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