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|Title:||ASIL Insights: Acts of Non-State Armed Groups and the Law Governing Armed Conflict|
|Description:||In this Insight Jonathan Somer clarifies some of the complex issues relating to the 2006 armed conflict between Israeli and the Hezbollah operating out of Southern Lebanon.
Questions have arisen on whether the acts of Hezbollah can be attributed to Lebanon, Syria or Iran, so Somer sets out to "outline the general rules of attribution, and then focus on the major implications a finding of attribution would have on the application of international law related to armed conflict ...".
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