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New Book: The Oxford Guide to International Humanitarian Law (Saul & Akande)

Ben Saul and Dapo Akande (Eds.) just published “The Oxford Guide to International Humanitarian Law” (OUP 2020). Abstract: International humanitarian law is the law that governs the conduct of participants during armed conflict. This branch of law aims to regulate the means and methods of warfare as well as to provide protections to those who do not, or who no longer, take part in the hostilities. It is one of the oldest branches of international law and one of enduring relevance today. The Oxford Guide to International Humanitarian Law provides a practical yet sophisticated overview of this important area of law.…