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The Evolution In The Elements Shaping The Treaty

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This chapter analyses the evolution in the elements that, in the second half of the twentieth century, had a relevant impact before and during the drafting of the treaty rules addressing non-international armed conflicts. It first investigates how soldiers and military strategists have analysed the demands of non-international armed conflicts. The chapter then briefly examines the evolution of the influence of the religious tradition in shaping the law applicable to non-international armed conflicts. The work of human rights bodies in forming rules of law relating to internal armed conflicts is also of importance as they frame the call for the application of rules of law in internal armed conflicts within a legal context. As regards the formation of international treaty norms, the work of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) has become increasingly important before and during the drafting of a new treaty.

Keywords: Christian tradition; human rights; international treaty norms; Islamic tradition; military strategists; Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs); non-international armed conflicts



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