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Problems of the Transformation of Character of Military Conventions*)

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During the first, optimistic year of the UNO, just as in the twenties after the foundation of the League of Nations, when it was considered by many publicists that war had been outlawed or that the final abolition of recourse to force in international relations was a matter of a short time, work on the laws of war was neglected. Interest was mainly centered on ius ad bellum, while ius in bello, ius durante bello were not given sufficent attention Even in 1949 the International Law Commission decided not to include the laws of war on its agenda dealing with the codification and development of international law.

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1959-01-01
2016-09-30

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