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Alasow, Omar Abdulle

Violations of the rules applicable in non-international armed conflicts and their possible causes the case of Somalia - Leiden Martinus Nijhoff 2010 - xxxii,362p. maps ; 25 cm. - International humanitarian law series ; v. 21 . - International humanitarian law series ; v. 21. .

This book started as my doctoral thesis at the Law Department of the University of Essex, U.K., 2005.--Acknowledgement

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction -- The background and root causes of the conflicts in Somalia -- Characteristics of conflicts in Somalia -- Traditional Somali customary rules -- Rules of international law applicable to non-international armed conflicts -- Evidence of humanitarian law violations in Somalia -- Possible causes of violations of humanitarian rules -- Appendix one : The war in the Northwest regions (1988-1991) -- Appendix two : The war in the central and Southern regions (1989-2003).

"To the innocent victims of the armed conflict in Somalia."--P. [v].



Civil war--Somalia.
War--Moral and ethical aspects--Somalia.
Ethnic conflict--Somalia.
Humanitarian law--Somalia.
War (International law)


DT407.4 / .A43 2010

967.73053 / AL-V

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