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L’extension du statut de combattant à la lumière du protocole I de Genève de 1977 (Volume 164)

(30,777 words)

Author(s): E. Nahlik, Stanisław
E. Nahlik, Stanisław Keywords: Combatants and non-combatants | International humanitarian law | Prisoners of war | Geneva Conventions (1949) | Protocols | Mots clefs: Combattants et non-combattants | Droit humanitaire international | Prisonniers de guerre | Conventions de Genève | Protocoles | ABSTRACT Among the problems faced in attempting to regulate the law of war, the fate of people in power of the enemy, prisoners of war, has been a subject of an interesting development. In the past, the prisoners were killed. Then, they were sent t…

Les prisonniers de guerre (Volume 21)

(40,646 words)

Author(s): Werner, Georges
Werner, Georges Keywords: Prisoners of war | International humanitarian law | Mots clefs: Prisonniers de guerre | ABSTRACT The study of Georges Werner provides a legal statement of the issue of Prisoners of War and does not address the issue of the treatment of prisoners by various belligerents after the First World War, or the conditions of their repatriation. After a presentation of the quality of prisoner of war, the author studies the general principles related to capture and captivity as well as the conditio…

Specific Principles of Private Transnational Law (Volume 124)

(78,497 words)

Author(s): A. Ehrenzweig, Albert
A. Ehrenzweig, Albert Keywords: Prisoners of war | Private international law | Torts | Mots clefs: Droit onternational privé | Conflits de lois | Choix des lois | ABSTRACT Albert Ehrenzweig devotes his course to the Specific Principles of Private International Law. In the first part of his course, the thesis, the author presents the idea according to which “the super law” which supported the general principles stopped to exist, and that it is now advisable to examine only the substantive rules of the different countries to …