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This section presents table of cases that occur in this book Protection of Personnel in Peace Operations: The Role of the 'Safety Convention' against the Background of General International Law. The Safety Convention defines a number of criminal acts and obligates parties to the convention to criminalise such acts in their national legislation. The emerging legal regime against impunity in relation to the commission of crimes against personnel in peace operations has in this work been referred to as a third category of protection. The Safety Convention has been an important tool in the development of this regime.

Keywords: International Law; legal regime; Safety Convention



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