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Title: Responsibility for violating the rules of international humanitarian law by authorized parties to implement international military intervention
Authors: خالدي فتيحة
Keywords: international intervention
international responsibility
violations of the rules of international humanitarian law
Delegating states
using force
Issue Date: Jan-2020
Series/Report no.: Vol 12, N 1 2020 (22);
Abstract: International military intervention in many countries was legitimized under many justifications, including the protection of the rights of civilians, the fight against terrorism, etc , however the parties authorized to intervene violated the rules of international humanitarian law, both with regard to the protection of civilians and civilian objects, as they had taken camps in cities, used internationally prohibited weapons whose effects continued over time, this led to the killing of many women, children and civilians, and the destruction of hospitals, homes, places of worship and others, without any criminal follow-up to the interventionist countries or reparation of the victims by the authority that authorized them to intervene on their behalf.This study examines some examples of violations committed by those authorized or engaged in military intervention in some countries, such as Iraq, Somalia and Libya, the purpose was to clarify who was responsible for these violations, whether the State or “authorized organization responsible for the conduct of operations”, or whether the United Nations was responsible as the Security Council was authorized to follow up the implementation of the decision to intervene
Description: Dafatir Droit et politique
URI: http://dspace.univ-ouargla.dz/jspui/handle/123456789/22295
ISSN: 1112- 9808
Appears in Collections:volume 12 N 1 2020 Dafatir

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