Commentary on the Additional Protocols: of 8 June 1977 to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949

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Claude Pilloud, Yves Sandoz, Christophe Swinarski, Bruno Zimmermann
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1987 - Law - 1 pages
Sandoz, Bruno Zimmermann, Philippe Eberlin, Hans-Peter Gasser and
 

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Contents

Signatures 9
xv
Title of the Protocol
19
Article
27
Parti General provisions
31
Article
40
Definitions
57
Beginning and end of application
65
Legal status of the Parties to the conflict
71
Treaty relations upon entry into force of this Protocol
1083
Amendment
1093
Revision of Annex I
1099
Denunciation
1107
Notifications
1113
Authentic texts
1119
Annex I
1125
General introduction to the Commentary on Annex I
1137

Qualified persons
91
Meetings
103
General protection
111
Field of application
137
Protection and care
145
Protection of medical units
165
Discontinuance of protection of civilian medical units
173
Limitations on requisition of civilian medical units
181
Protection of civilian medical and religious personnel
189
General protection of medical duties
197
Role of the civilian population and of aid societies
209
Identification
221
Neutral and other States not Parties to the conflict
237
Medical transportation
245
Methods and means of warfare Combatant
381
New weapons
421
Recognized emblems
445
Emblems of nationality
461
Safeguard of an enemy hors de combat
479
Occupants of aircraft
493
Combatants and prisoners of war
519
Protection of persons who have taken part in hostili
538
Spies
561
Civilian population
583
Basic rule
597
Definition of civilians and civilian population
609
General protection of civilian objects
629
Protection of cultural objects and of places of worship
639
Protection of objects indispensable to the survival of
651
Protection of the natural environment
661
Precautions in attack
677
Precautions against the effects of attacks
691
Localities and zones under special protection
697
Civil defence
713
General protection
737
Civil defence in occupied territories
745
Civilian civil defence organizations of neutral or other
759
Cessation of protection
769
Identification
779
Members of the armed forces and military units assigned
791
Relief in favour of the civilian population
805
Basic needs in occupied territories
811
Personnel participating in relief actions
831
Treatment of persons in the power of a Party to
837
Refugees and stateless persons
845
Reunion of dispersed families
857
Protection of women
891
Protection of children
897
Vlll
907
Measures of protection for journalists
917
Execution of the Conventions and of this Protocol
925
Activities of the Red Cross and other humanitarian
935
Legal advisers in armed forces
947
Dissemination
959
Rules of application
969
Repression of breaches of this Protocol
989
Failure to act
1005
Duty of commanders
1017
Mutual assistance in criminal matters
1025
Cooperation
1031
International FactFinding Commission
1037
Responsibility
1053
Final provisions
1059
Signature
1067
Accession
1075
Identity cards
1151
Identity card for temporary civilian medical and religious
1161
The distinctive emblem
1167
Shape and nature
1173
Article4 Use
1179
Distinctive signals
1185
Optional use
1199
Light signal
1205
Radio signal
1215
Electronic identification
1247
Communications
1257
Use of international codes
1265
Flight plans
1273
Signals and procedures for the interception of medical
1279
Identity card
1285
Works and installations containing dangerous forces
1295
Annex II
1301
Protocol II
1307
General introduction to the Commentary on Protocol II
1319
Preamble
1335
Article 2
1343
Humane treatment
1365
Fundamental guarantees
1367
Articles Persons whose liberty has been restricted
1383
Penal prosecutions
1395
Wounded sick and shipwrecked
1403
Protection and care
1407
Article8 Search
1413
Protection of medical and religious personnel
1417
General protection of medical duties
1423
Protection of medical units and transports
1431
The distinctive emblem
1437
Civilian population
1443
Protection of the civilian population
1447
Protection of objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population
1455
Protection of works and installations containing dangerous forces
1461
Protection of cultural objects and of places of worship
1465
Prohibition of forced movement of civilians
1471
Relief societies and relief actions
1475
Final provisions
1483
Dissemination
1487
Signature
1491
Ratification
1493
Accession
1495
Entry into force
1497
Amendment
1499
Denunciation
1501
Notifications
1505
Registration
1507
Authentic texts
1509
Resolutions adopted at the fourth session of the Diplomatic Conference
1511
Resolution 17
1513
Resolution 18
1515
Resolution 19
1519
Resolution 20
1523
Resolution 21
1525
Resolution 22
1527
Resolution 24
1529
Extracts from the final Act
1531
Instruments
1533
Signatures ratifications accessions and successions to the major relevant treaties
1549
Resolutions of the Red Cross and of the Diplomatic Conferences
1563
Resolutions adopted by international bodies
1569
Bibliography
1579
Index
1597

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