The idea of the civilian in international law
This thesis is an account of change in the international legal order, told through the history of the civilian. It proposes a new approach to the civilian, to international humanitarian law and to the understanding of legal change. The civilian, today, is a protected subject and a central concern of international humanitarian law. The legal literature tends to assume that civilians have always existed as victims of the depredations of warfare and as beneficiaries of timeless principles that...[Show more]
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