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Web Links for Geneva Conventions of 1949 and the Additional Protocols of 1977

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Name: Human Rights Policies Page of the Department of Foreign Affairs for the Government of Ireland
Description: This page provides several links to information about human rights policies of the Irish Government, including the full texts of the Geneva Conventions and the Additional Protocols.
Name: "ABC of International Humanitarian Law"
Description: This is a brochure in which the DFA provides an explanation of the most important terms in the area of the laws of war, otherwise known as international humanitarian law. The DFA provides explanations to terms in this area of law which is based on the Geneva Conventions of 1949, the Additional Protocols of 1977, and the Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907. One can order a free copy from the DFA or download it in PDF-format.
Name: "Biased Justice: 'Humanrightsism' and the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia"
Description: This is an article by Robert M. Hayden on the ICTY.
Name: "Humanitarian Intervention Reconsidered: Lessons from Kosovo"
Description: This is an article by Julie Mertus on the legitimacy of intervention in the name of humanitarianism.
Name: 1998 Annual Report
Name: 1999 Annual Report
Name: Activities of the European Union-Humanitarian Aid
Description: This site provides links that detail the involvement of the European Union in providing international humanitarian aid. The page is divided into "Latest developments" and "A comprehensive guide to European law."
Name: American Red Cross Study Guide on International Humanitarian Law and the Geneva Conventions
Name: Annual Reports
Description: This contains links to the annual reports of the IACHR from 1970-2002 in English, with the exception of some that are available only in the original Spanish text. The annual reports contain cases that have been brought before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, some involving the application of the Geneva Conventions.
Name: Background Paper on Geneva Conventions and Persons Held by U.S. Forces
Description: This is from the Human Rights Watch Press Backgrounder. This paper from January 29, 2002, highlights the international legal issues concerning treatment of Taliban and al-Qaeda
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