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Protection of Cultural Property in Non-International Armed Conflict

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This chapter analyses the development of the rules protecting cultural property in the event of non-international armed conflict and how these rules differ from those regulating the protection of cultural property in the event of international armed conflict. The applicable law and practice of international tribunals such as the International Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the International Criminal Court (ICC) is also analysed. The mutual relation and interrelatedness of different international legal instruments is discussed, as will the major strengths and weaknesses of the contemporary international legal system for the protection of cultural property in the event of non-international armed conflict.

Keywords: cultural property; International Criminal Court (ICC); International Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia; non-international armed conflict



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