Identifying and recording every casualty of armed conflict
This article discusses the international legal obligation to identify and record every casualty of armed conflict that finds its basis in the treaties and customs of international humanitarian law and international human rights law. The article applies the various facets of the legal obligation to the armed conflicts in Iraq and Sri Lanka and argues that the parties in these conflicts failed in their international legal responsibility to civilians.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Flinders University 2: Oxford Research Group and King’s College
Publication date: February 16, 2012
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