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The law of armed conflict, also called humanitarian law, law of war, or jus in bello, deals with the rights and obligations of states engaged in armed conflict. See also the Human Rights section of EISIL, under the subcategory War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity and the International Criminal Law section of EISIL, under the subcategory War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity.



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ASIL Insights: Status of Detainees in Non-International Armed Conflict, and their Protection in the Course of Criminal Proceedings: The Case of Hamdan v. Rumsfeld
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ASIL Insights: The ASIL Centennial Annual Meeting Adopts a Resolution on the Use of Armed Force and the Treatment of Detainees
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ASIL Insights: The Military Commissions Act of 2006: Examining the Relationship between the International Law of Armed Conflict and US Law
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Bibliography: Law of Armed Conflict in Air and Space Operations
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Study on customary international humanitarian law: A contribution to the understanding and respect for the rule of law in armed conflict
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