Lawmaking as a Mechanism for Eliminating Competition between Some Norms of International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law

Lawmaking as a Mechanism for Eliminating Competition between Some Norms of International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law

Авторы: Волеводз Александр Григорьевич ЧИТАТЬ PDF
Volevodz A.G. Lawmaking as a Mechanism for Eliminating Competition between Some Norms of International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law / A.G. Volevodz // Современные тенденции развития международного гуманитарного права: Междунар. науч.-практ. конф. – Казань: Центр инновационных технологий, 2011. – С. 293-302.


    For a long time international humanitarian law (IHL) and international human rights law (IHRL) developed independently of each other.



    From around the end of the 1960s these two branches of international law started to come noticeably closer and to develop mutually influencing each other.



    However, there are some serious contradictions in enforcing the norms of IHL and IHRL, requiring to take measures for eliminating such competition by revising the text of the corresponding provisions of IHL and IHRL and taking into account the present-day situation.



    Probably, this could be even done through universal general legal acts that might regulate both these branches of international law. 



Ключевые слова: international humanitarian law, international human rights law, mercenaries, private military and security companies
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