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Restrictions on the Methods of Warfare
Restrictions on the methods of warfare

Efforts to reduce brutality in war, motivated by humanitarian and religious as well as practical considerations, have a long history. Over the centuries, a body of rules and principles guiding the behaviour of belligerent states has developed as customary law. ‘Custom’ means a widespread repetition, over a long ...

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