The long road to the Geneva Conventions of 1949
Finally! Someone other than me — here Amb. Robert Ford @just_security — notes the US is occupying parts of #Syria and thus is subject to the law of occupation. People keep looking at me funny when I suggest that, and I have never understood why. https://t.co/EwC7NG8m5B
— Kevin Jon Heller (@kevinjonheller) 12. August 2019
The long road to the Geneva Conventions of 1949 – https://t.co/tRFOBSQqqh
— Opinio Juris (@opiniojuris) 12. August 2019
„Teenagers who fled wartorn Syria and came to Bolton as refugees are now on course to study medicine after scoring outstanding grades.“https://t.co/vOIEBEdqBm
— Jeff Crisp (@JFCrisp) 15. August 2019
When people ask me what has international law done to make the world better, one of the top exhibits is the 1949 Geneva Conventions about the rules of war. They didn’t solve the problem (see #Syria, #Yemen, etc) but definitely made things better. Now we must enforce them better. https://t.co/ig6gZvA5RM
— Sam Zarifi (@SZarifi) 12. August 2019
Coming from a developing country where unpaid internships are illegal, this debate confuses me https://t.co/LiqplVRCKD
— Alonso Gurmendi (@Alonso_GD) 12. August 2019
Or perhaps some aid agencies could fund this from their apparently vast promotional budgets?
— Jeff Crisp (@JFCrisp) 12. August 2019
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