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Commentary on the additional protocols of 8 June 1977 to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949

Commentary on the additional protocols of 8 June 1977 to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 (Loan 5 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Pilloud, Claude. Sandoz, Yves. Swinarski, Christophe. Zimmermann, Bruno.
Corporate Author
International Committee of the Red Cross.
Title Statement
Commentary on the additional protocols of 8 June 1977 to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 / Claude Pilloud ... [et al.] ; editors, Yves Sandoz, Christophe Swinarski, Bruno Zimmermann.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Geneva, Switzerland :   International Committee of the Red Cross :   Martinus Nijhoff Publishers ;   Norwell, MA, USA :   Distributors for the United States and Canada, Kluwer Academic Publishers ,   1987.  
Physical Medium
xxxv, 1625 p : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
9024734606
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 1581-1596 ) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Humanitarian law. War victims -- Legal status, laws, etc. Prisoners of war -- Legal status, laws, etc.
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130 0 ▼a Commentaire des protocoles additionnels du 8 juin 1977 aux conventions de Geneve du 12 aout 1949. ▼l English.
245 1 0 ▼a Commentary on the additional protocols of 8 June 1977 to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 / ▼c Claude Pilloud ... [et al.] ; editors, Yves Sandoz, Christophe Swinarski, Bruno Zimmermann.
260 ▼a Geneva, Switzerland : ▼b International Committee of the Red Cross : ▼b Martinus Nijhoff Publishers ; ▼a Norwell, MA, USA : ▼b Distributors for the United States and Canada, Kluwer Academic Publishers , ▼c 1987.
300 ▼a xxxv, 1625 p : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 25 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. 1581-1596 ) and index.
630 0 0 ▼a Geneva Conventions ▼d (1949). ▼k Protocols, etc. , ▼d 1977 June 8.
650 0 ▼a Humanitarian law.
650 0 ▼a War victims ▼x Legal status, laws, etc.
650 0 ▼a Prisoners of war ▼x Legal status, laws, etc.
700 1 ▼a Pilloud, Claude.
700 1 ▼a Sandoz, Yves.
700 1 ▼a Swinarski, Christophe.
700 1 ▼a Zimmermann, Bruno.
710 2 ▼a International Committee of the Red Cross.
730 0 2 ▼a Geneva Conventions ▼d (1949). ▼k Protocols, etc. , ▼d 1977 June 8.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Foreword = xiii
Signatures = xv
Abbreviations = xvii
Editors' note = xxv
General introduction = xxix
Protocol Ⅰ = 3
 Table of contents = 5
 Signatures = 9
 Abbreviations = 11
 Title of the Protocol = 19
 Preamble = 23
 Part Ⅰ General provisions = 31
  Article 1 General principles and scope of application = 33
  Article 2 Definitions = 57
  Article 3 Beginning and end of application = 65
  Article 4 Legal status of the Parties to the conflict = 71
  Article 5 Appointment of Protecting Powers and of their substitute = 75
  Article 6 Qualified persons = 91
  Article 7 Meetings = 103
 Part Ⅱ Wounded, sick and shipwrecked = 107
  Section Ⅰ General protection = 111
   Article 8 Terminology = 113
   Article 9 Field of application = 137
   Article 10 Protection and care = 145
   Article 11 Protection of persons = 149
   Article 12 Protection of medical units = 165
   Article 13 Discontinuance of protection of civilian medical units = 173
   Article 14 Limitations on requisition of civilian medical units = 181
   Article 15 Protection of civilian medical and religious personnel = 189
   Article 16 General protection of medical duties = 197
   Article 17 Role of the civilian population and of aid societies = 209
   Article 18 Identification = 221
   Article 19 Neutral and other States not Parties to the conflict = 237
   Article 20 Prohibition of reprisals = 241
  Section Ⅱ Medical transportation = 245
   Article 21 Medical vehicles = 249
   Article 22 Hospital ships and coastal rescue craft = 253
   Article 23 Other medical ships and craft = 261
   Article 24 Protection of medical aircraft = 279
   Article 25 Medical aircraft in areas not controlled by an adverse Party = 283
   Article 26 Medical aircraft in contact or similar zones = 287
   Article 27 Medical aircraft in areas controlled by an adverse Party = 293
   Article 28 Restrictions on operations of medical aircraft = 299
   Article 29 Notifications and agreements concerning medical aircraft = 307
   Article 30 Landing and inspection of medical aircraft = 315
   Article 31 Neutral or other States not Parties to the conflict = 325
  Section Ⅲ Missing and dead persons = 339
   Article 32 General principle = 343
   Article 33 Missing persons = 349
   Article 34 Remains of deceased = 365
 Part Ⅲ Methods and means of warfare - Combatant and prisoner-of-war status = 381
  Section Ⅰ Methods and means of warfare = 387
   Article 35 Basic rules = 389
   Article 36 New weapons = 421
   Article 37 Prohibition of perfidy = 429
   Article 38 Recognized emblems = 445
   Article 39 Emblems of nationality = 461
   Article 40 Quarter = 473
   Article 41 Safeguard of an enemy hors de combat = 479
   Article 42 Occupants of aircraft = 493
  Section Ⅱ Combatant and prisoner-of-war status = 503
   Article 43 Armed forces = 505
   Article 44 Combatants and prisoners of war = 519
   Article 45 Protection of persons who have taken part in hostilities = 543
   Article 46 Spies = 561
   Article 47 Mercenaries = 571
 Part Ⅳ Civilian population = 583
  Section Ⅰ General protection against effects of hostilities = 585
   Article 48 Basic rule = 597
   Article 49 Definition of attacks and scope of application = 601
   Article 50 Definition of civilians and civilian population = 609
   Article 51 Protection of the civilian population = 613
   Article 52 General protection of civilian objects = 629
   Article 53 Protection of cultural objects and of places of worship = 639
   Article 54 Protection of objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population = 651
   Article 55 Protection of the nutural environment = 661
   Article 56 Protection of works and installations containing dangerous forces = 665
   Article 57 Procautions in attack = 677
   Article 58 Precautions against the effects of attacks = 691
   Chapter Ⅴ Localities and zones under special protection = 697
   Article 59 Non-defended localities = 699
   Article 60 Demilitarized zones = 707
   Chapter Ⅵ Civil defence = 713
   Article 61 Definitions and scope = 717
   Article 62 General protection = 737
   Article 63 Civil defence in occupied territories = 745
   Article 64 Civilan civil defence organizations of neutral or other States not Parties to the conflict and international coordinating organizations = 759
   Article 65 Cessation of protection = 769
   Article 66 Identification = 779
   Article 67 Members of the armed forces and military units assigned to civil defence organizations = 791
  Section Ⅱ Relief in favour of the civilian population = 805
   Article 68 Field of application = 809
   Article 69 Basic needs in occupied terriories = 811
   Article 70 Relief actions = 815
   Article 71 Personnel participating in relief actions = 831
  Section Ⅲ Treatment of persons in the power of a Party to the Conflict = 837
   Chapter Ⅰ Field of application and protection of persons and objects = 839
   Article 72 Field of application = 841
   Article 73 Refugees and stateless persons = 845
   Article 74 Reunion of dispersed families = 857
   Article 75 Fundamental guarantees = 861
   Article 76 Protection of women = 891
   Article 77 Protection of children = 897
   Article 78 Enacuation of children = 907
   Article 79 Measures of protection for journalists = 917
 Part Ⅴ Execution of the Conventions and of this Protocol = 925
  Section Ⅰ General provisions = 927
   Article 80 Measures for execution = 929
   Article 81 Activities of the Red Cross and other humanitarian organizations = 935
   Article 82 Legal advisers in armed forces = 947
   Article 83 Dissemination = 959
   Article 84 Rules of application = 969
  Section Ⅱ Repression of breaches of the Conventions and of this Protocol = 973
   Article 85 Repression of breaches of this Protocol = 989
   Article 86 Failure to act = 1005
   Article 87 Duty of commanders = 1017
   Article 88 Mutual assistance in criminal matters = 1025
   Article 89 Co-operation = 1031
   Article 90 International Fact-Finding Commission = 1037
   Article 91 Responsibility = 1053
 PART Ⅵ Final provisions = 1059
  Article 92 Signature = 1067
  Article 93 Ratification = 1071
  Article 94 Accession = 1075
  Article 95 Entry into force = 1079
  Article 96 Treaty relations upon entry into force of this Protocol = 1083
  Article 97 Amendment = 1093
  Article 98 Revision of Annex I = 1099
  Article 99 Denunciation = 1107
  Article 100 Notifications = 1113
  Article 101 Registration = 1117
  Article 102 Authentic texts = 1119
 Annex Ⅰ = 1125
  TRable of contentents = 1127
  Abbreviations = 1129
  General introduction to the Commentary on Annex I = 1137
  Chapter Ⅰ Identity cars = 1151
   Article 1 Identity card for permanent civilian medical and religious personnel = 1153
   Article 2 Identity cary for temporary civilian medical and religious personnel = 1161
  Chapter Ⅱ The distincitive emblem = 1167
   Article 3 Shape and nature = 1173
   Article 4 Use = 1179
  Chapter Ⅲ Distinctive signals = 1185
   Article 5 Optional use = 1199
   Article 6 Light signal = 1205
   Article 7 Radio signal = 1215
   Article 8 Electronic identification = 1247
  Chapter Ⅳ Communications = 1257
   Article 9 Radiocommunications = 1261
   Article 10 Use of international codes = 1265
   Article 11 Other means of communication = 1269
   Article 12 Flight plans = 1273
   Article 13 Signals and procedures for the interception of medical aircraft = 1279
  Chapter Ⅴ Civil defence = 1283
   Article 14 Identity card = 1285
   Article 15 International distinctive sign = 1289
  Chapter Ⅵ  Works and installations containing dangerous forces = 1295
   Article 16 International special sign = 1295
 Annex Ⅱ
Protecol Ⅱ = 1307
 Table of contents = 1309
 Abbreviations = 1311
 General introduction to the Commentary on Protocol Ⅱ = 1319
 Preamble = 1337
 Part Ⅰ Scope of this Protocol = 1343
  Article 1 Material field of application = 1347
  Article 2 Personal field of application = 1357
  Article 3 Non-intervention = 1361
 Part Ⅱ Humane treatment = 1365
  Article 4 Fundamental guarantees = 1367
  Article 5 Persons whose liberty has been restricted = 1383
  Article 6 Penal prosecutions = 1395
 Part Ⅲ Wounded, sick and shipwrecked = 1403
  Article 7 Protection and care = 1407
  Article 8 Search = 1413
  Article 9 Protection of medical and religious personnel = 1417
  Article 10 General protection of medical duties = 1423
  Article 11 Protection of medical units and transports = 1431
  Article 12 The distinctive emblem = 1437
 Part Ⅳ Civilian population = 1443
  Article 13 Protection of the civilian population = 1447
  Article 14 Protection of objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population = 1455
  Article 15 Protection of works and installations containing dangerous forces = 1461
  Article 16 Protection of cultural objects and of places of worship = 1465
  Article 17 Prohibition of forced morement of civilians = 1471
  Article 18 Relief societies and relief actions = 1475
 Part Ⅴ Final provisions = 1483
  Article 19 Dissemination = 1487
  Article 20 Signature = 1491
  Article 21 Ratification = 1493
  Article 22 Accession = 1495
  Article 23 Entry into force = 1497
  Article 24 Amendment = 1499
  Article 25 Denunciation = 1501
  Article 26 Notifications = 1505
  Article 27 Registration = 1507
  Article 28 Authentic texts = 1509
Resolutions adopted at the fourth session of the Diplomatic Conference = 1511
 Resolution 17 = 1513
 Resolution 18 = 1515
 Resolution 19 = 1519
 Resolution 20 = 1523
 Resolution 21 = 1525
 Resolution 22 = 1527
 Resolution 24 = 1529
 Extracts from the final Act = 1531
Instruments = 1533
Signatures, ratifications, accessions and successions to the major relevant treaties = 1549
Resolutions of the Red Cross and of the Diplomatic Conferences = 1563
Resolutions adopted by international bodies = 1569
Bibliography = 1579
Index = 1597


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