The Contemporary Law of Armed Conflict

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Manchester University Press, 2000 - Law - 393 pages
Professor Green has based his text on the draft Manual of Armed Conflict Law he prepared for the Canadian Department of National Defence. The present work is the culmination of many years of study, writing and practical experience of this body of law. This work should prove invaluable to such departments around the world, as well as to serving officers, practicing lawyers who have to deal with any aspect of the 'laws of war', and law teachers and their students.

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Leslie C. Green advised the British Government during World War II with respect to the laws of war. He is a renowned expert and professor in international law.

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