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This front matter section of the book The Formation of the Treaty Law of Non-International Armed Conflicts contains the table of contents, foreword, acknowledgements and introduction of the book. The book traces the processes which led and continue to lead to the formation of the treaty norms applicable in non-international armed conflicts. In particular, the work tries to answer questions such as: Where does the international law of internal armed conflicts come from? Why did it evolve differently from the law regulating international armed conflicts? What factors affected its evolution and development? Did such factors change throughout the centuries? If so, how did such changes affect the content of the treaty rules? Where is the international law of internal armed conflicts going? As regards treaty rules, the book deals exclusively with treaty rules specifically designed to apply in situations of internal armed conflicts.

Keywords: international law; non-international armed conflicts; treaty norms



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