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L'articulation du droit international humanitaire et des droits économiques, sociaux et culturels en temps d'occupation

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The question of relationships in the international humanitarian law or law of armed conflict) and human rights has been debated for several years and has been the subject of numerous doctrinal contributions. This chapter focuses on one of the branches of international humanitarian law, which deals with the occupation. Two conditions are required for this definition: a) the occupant is able to control a territory that is not his in an effective manner; b) its intervention has not been agreed upon by the legitimate sovereign. The chapter examines more particularly one of the two components of international human rights law, namely, the one that encompasses economic, social and cultural aspects. The original text of this chapter is in German.

Keywords: international humanitarian law; law of armed conflict; international human rights law



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